Dynamic Map and Diffserv Based AR Selection for Handoff in HMIPv6 Networks

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Shiva Prasad Kaleru, Damodaram Avula
Published Date:
January 05, 2013
Volume 3, Issue 1
35 - 45

hmipv6 networks, access router (ar), session mobility ratio (smr).
Shiva Prasad Kaleru, Damodaram Avula, "Dynamic Map and Diffserv Based AR Selection for Handoff in HMIPv6 Networks". International Journal of Research in Computer Science, 3 (1): pp. 35-45, January 2013. doi:10.7815/ijorcs.31.2013.059 Other Formats


In HMIPv6 Networks, most of the existing handoff decision mechanisms deal mainly with the selection of Mobility Anchor Point (MAP), ignoring the selection of access router (AR) under each MAP. In this paper, we propose a new mechanism called “Dynamic MAP and Diffserv based ARs selection for Handoff in HMIPv6 networks” and it deals with selecting the MAP as well as ARs. MAP will be selected dynamically by checking load, session mobility ratio (SMR), Binding update cost and Location Rate. After selecting the best MAP, the Diffserv approach is used to select the AR under the MAP, based on its resource availability. The AR is implemented at the edge router of Diffserv. DiffServ can be used to provide low-latency to critical network traffic such as voice or streaming media while providing simple best-effort service to non-critical services such as web traffic or file transfers. By using this mechanism, we can assure that better resource utilization and throughput can be attained during Handoff in HMIPv6 networks.

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