Investigation of binding update schemes in next generation internet protocol mobility
by Lingam Srikanth; Mathi Senthilkumar
International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (IJAIP), Vol. 24, No. 1/2, 2023

Abstract: IPv6 development and deployment have opened up several concerns in reference to its transition from IPv4 to IPv6 and its practical challenges. Mobility support is one of the significant features in IPv6 that has improved in every efficient manner than IPv4. Mobile IPv6 allows mobile devices to be connected to the correspondent node even when it moves to the other network. The current location of the mobile node is informed to the home agent and correspondent node through binding update schemes. With the aim of experiencing this improvised network and to perform IPv6 related research, the binding update schemes of mobile IPv6 are explored in this paper. The paper emphasises the number of messages exchanged between the communicants during the location update of mobile devices in the various binding update schemes in mobile IPv6. In addition, it discusses the attacks that are involved in the binding update messages of the existing methods. Finally, the paper focuses on the comparative analysis of the various binding update schemes based on the number of messages communicated between nodes.

Online publication date: Thu, 05-Jan-2023

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