2011-09-04

MIPv6 Packet Flows

I started to work on Mobile IPv6 protocol analysis as a member of the European ITSSv6 (IPv6 ITS Station Stack for Cooperative ITS FOTs) project. I have analyzed the data and signal packets of Mobile IPv6 RFCs. This document contains all of the most important packages. I tried to focus to the must have parts of the each packages, but I added the required paddings as well.


Update: As a participant in the CONCERTO (Content and cOntext aware delivery for iNteraCtive multimedia healthcaRe applications) project I have extended my previous analysis with other mobility features (i.e.: HMIPv6, FMIPv6, GHAHA).

Download: MIPv6-Flows-2.1 (zipped PDF)

Revision History:

  • 1.0
    • Mobility Support, NEMO, MCoA
  • 1.1
    • Adding: Flow Binding according to RFC 6089
  • 1.2
    • Adding: Neighbor Discovery on the Access Network
    • Adding: Router advertisement on Home Network (Multi-Home support)
  • 1.3
    • Fix: Missing Type 2 Routing header from BA messages
    • Adding: IPSec for Return Routability
    • Adding: IPSec for tunneled traffic
  • 2.0
    • Some minor fixes
    • Adding: Hierarchical Mobile IPv6
    • Adding: Enhanced Route Optimization
    • Adding: HA Reliability Protocol (I-D)
    • Adding: Global HA-HA (I-D)
    • Cosmetics: Title page, Table of contents, Title page for each chapters
  • 2.1
    • Some typo fixes
    • Adding: Fast Handover for Mobile IPv6
    • Update: HMIPv6 (Adding CN binding and optimized traffic)

Proceed RFCs:
Proceed Internet Drafts:
Other references:

2 comments:

ghetto-r1shu said...

Hi Andreas,

Nice blogs .. I am working on MIPV6. I got some questions, will you help me out ?
My email id is rishabhpuri@gmail.com ...
Waiting for tour reply

mary Brown said...

Great Article
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