A Novel Approach towards Resource Auto-Registration and Discovery of Embedded Systems Based on DNS
AbstractThe Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to deliver a whole range of new services to all parts of our society, and improve the way we work and live. The challenges within the Internet of Things are often related to interoperability, device resource constraints, a device to device connection and security. One of the essential elements of identification for each Internet of Things devices is the naming system and addresses. With this naming system, Internet of Things devices can be able to be discoverable by users. In this paper, we propose the IoT resource auto-registration and accessing indoor services based on Domain Name System (DNS) in the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) environment. We have used the Internet of Things Platform and DNS server for IoT Resource auto-registration and discovery in the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). An existing system called Domain Name Auto-Registration in Internet Protocol version 6 can be used for Internet of Things devices for auto-registration and resource discovery. However, this system is not acceptable in the existing internet networks, because the highest percentage of the networks on the Internet are configured in Internet Protocol version 4. Through the proposed auto-registration system, clients can be able to discover the resources and access the services in the OCF network. Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) is utilized for the IoT device auto-registration and accessing the services in the OCF network. View Full-Text
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Khudoyberdiev, A.; Jin, W.; Kim, D. A Novel Approach towards Resource Auto-Registration and Discovery of Embedded Systems Based on DNS. Electronics 2019, 8, 442.
Khudoyberdiev A, Jin W, Kim D. A Novel Approach towards Resource Auto-Registration and Discovery of Embedded Systems Based on DNS. Electronics. 2019; 8(4):442.Chicago/Turabian Style
Khudoyberdiev, Azimbek; Jin, Wenquan; Kim, DoHyeun. 2019. "A Novel Approach towards Resource Auto-Registration and Discovery of Embedded Systems Based on DNS." Electronics 8, no. 4: 442.