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Student Number 91523023
Author Chih-Ming Shih(施智明)
Author's Email Address s1523023@cc.ncu.edu.tw
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Department Communication Engineering
Year 2003
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Study of Binding Update Procedure and Its Performance of Mobile Network in IPv6 Environment
Date of Defense 2004-06-28
Page Count 65
Keyword
  • Binding Update Procedure
  • Network Mobility
  • Route Optimization
  • Abstract IPv6 has been widely deployed to many applications, especially for wireless services, owing the lack of IPv4 address. The mobile devices need to be connected to the Internet through the binding update procedures proposed in the Mobile IPv6 protocol (rfc3775). With more and more wireless applications, many problems appear such as efficiency, security and the movement among the different networks. IETF proposes a method (currently it is still a draft) “Network Mobility, NEMO” to solve the problem of moving among different networks. However, IETF has not clearly discussed the efficiency and the security problems in mobile network environment. We apply the route optimization method and binding update procedure proposed in the Mobile IPv6 for mobile node to solve the efficiency and security problems in mobile network environment. A mobile network can be applied in a fast moving train with many passengers carrying wireless devices. In the condition, the train is regarded as a mobile network while each mobile device is a mobile node with this mobile network. When the binding update procedure is applied to a mobile network, the amount of binding update message will be much more than which of a mobile node.
    In this thesis, we improve the efficiency of binding update by multicast to reduce the amount of binding update message. We analyze the unicast and multicast binding method by comparing the binding message cost of the mobile router, the states of correspondent node transmission path and the ratio of the direct route based in our simulation environment. The impact of the life time used for binding cache is also considered in our study.
    Table of Content 第一章 緒論 1
    1.1 前言1
    1.2 研究動機 2
    1.3 論文架構 3
    第二章 相關研究背景 4
    2.1. 行動式IP 4
    2.2 行動式 IPv6 6
    2.2.1 簡介 6
    2.2.2 運作模式 8
    2.3 移動式網路 12
    2.3.1 移動式網路簡介 12
    2.3.2 移動式網路使用行動式IPv6 13
    2.3.3 行動式網路使用行動式IPv6的訊息格式 14
    2.3.4 移動式網路的基本範例16
    2.4 移動式網路之路徑最佳化18
    2.5 多點傳播(Multicast) 20
    2.6 相關研究探討 22
    第三章 移動式網路更新連結之方法 27
    3.1更新連結的方法27
    3.2 多點傳播方式之連結更新33
    3.3 更新連結處理程序之評估35
    第四章 模擬結果與討論 38
    4.1 模擬架構 38
    4.1.1 模擬參數定義 39
    4.1.2 各更新連結之延遲時間 40
    4.1.3 模擬方案 41
    4.2 模擬結果與分析42
    4.2.1 Case1與Case2的模擬結果 42
    4.2.2 Case 3與Case 4的模擬結果 49
    4.2.3 Case 5與Case 6的模擬結果 56
    第五章 結論與未來研究 61
    參考文獻63
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    Advisor
  • Yen-Wen Chen(陳彥文)
  • Files
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    Date of Submission 2004-07-02

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