SDN Based End-to-End Inter-Domain Routing Mechanism for Mobility Management and Its Evaluation
AbstractNowadays, due to the widespread usage of mobile devices and wireless network technologies, we can use various ICT services almost anytime, anywhere even if we are changing our location at that moment. Therefore, mobility management technology have been attracting attention. This technology is to keep communication alive even when a mobile node (MN), which is communicating with the server or some nodes, moves to another network domain. Software Defined Networking (SDN) is used for mobility management to realize effective intra-domain routing that optimizes routes when an MN moves inside an SDN domain. However, many of the approaches mainly focus on intra-domain routing and it is difficult to optimize inter-domain route. In this paper, we focus on this routing optimization problem and propose an SDN based end-to-end routing mechanism specified for mobility management. The proposed routing mechanism can optimize an end-to-end route based on various parameters such as bandwidth, number of domains, and flow operations for mobility after an MN has moved across SDN domains. We carried out some simulational experimentations to evaluate the effect of proposal. It is shown that the proposed routing mechanism can reduce communication delay and enhance network performance. Thus, the proposed routing mechanism can realize effective ICT services. View Full-Text
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Hata, M.; Soylu, M.; Izumi, S.; Abe, T.; Suganuma, T. SDN Based End-to-End Inter-Domain Routing Mechanism for Mobility Management and Its Evaluation. Sensors 2018, 18, 4228.
Hata M, Soylu M, Izumi S, Abe T, Suganuma T. SDN Based End-to-End Inter-Domain Routing Mechanism for Mobility Management and Its Evaluation. Sensors. 2018; 18(12):4228.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hata, Misumi; Soylu, Mustafa; Izumi, Satoru; Abe, Toru; Suganuma, Takuo. 2018. "SDN Based End-to-End Inter-Domain Routing Mechanism for Mobility Management and Its Evaluation." Sensors 18, no. 12: 4228.
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