Evaluation of Mobile IPV6 Protocols In Handover And Under Dos Attacks | Abstract

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Evaluation of Mobile IPV6 Protocols In Handover And Under Dos Attacks

Abstract

IPv6 mobility management is one of the most challenging research topics for enabling mobility service in the forthcoming mobile wireless ecosystems. The Internet Engineering Task Force has been working for developing efficient IPv6 mobility management protocols. As a result, Mobile IPv6 and its extensions such as Fast Mobile IPv6 and Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 have been developed as host-based mobility management protocols. While the host-based mobility management protocols were being enhanced, the network-based mobility management protocols such as Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6) and Fast Proxy Mobile IPv6 (FPMIPv6) have been standardized. This system analyses the performance of IPV6 protocols based on handoff parameters such as packet loss, handover latency, handover blocking probability and enhances protocols performance under Denial of service attack that too most commonly in black hole attack scenario

Anline Jerusha J, K.Seetha Lakshmi

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