Summary: Performance Comparison between MIPv6 and SEMO6
Md Sazzadur Rahman,
School of Computer Science,
University of Oklahoma,
Norman, OK 73019-6151.
NASA Glenn Research Center,
21000 Brookpark Rd. MS 54-8,
Cleveland, OH 44135.
Abstract--Internet mobility protocols are designed to support
handover between different wireless networks. Many of them, such
as Mobile IPv6, suffer problems such as high handover latency,
high packet overhead, high packet loss during handoff, requirement
for infrastructure change, etc. To solve these problems, SEamless
MObility using SHIM6 (SEMO6), a multihoming based mobility
protocol framework for host mobility, has been proposed. The