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Title Multi-routing based Mobility Management with an Optimized Security Network
Authors Byungjoo Park,; Sunggyu Kim
Page pp.290-297
ISSN 2287-5255
Keywords Mobile IPv6; Return routability protocol; Fast handover; Mobile networks
Abstract Recently, there has been a drastic increase in the risk of personal information leakage brought about by inconsistencies in network security triggered by cyber-attacks. The persistent surge of internet users is paralleled by the demands for wireless services, which have become more susceptible to cyber-attacks, compared with wired services. Thus, a high level for quality of service is essential when providing wireless services to users. In addition, a reduced handover delay when a mobile node moves between network access points must be provided by wireless network systems.
However, with a stronger security system implemented in a wireless environment, it follows that there will be a significant increase in handover delay. It simply means that current wireless network systems are unable to provide the desired QoS for the wireless services demanded by Internet users.
Consequently, various security and QoS enhancement protocols have been studied and developed, but a lot more challenges need to be addressed. This paper proposes a robust security scheme to support fast handovers for mobility management protocols over Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) through utilization of an exchange key.