Mobile gateways for mobile ad-hoc networks with network mobility support

Ryuji Wakikawa, Hiroki Matsutani, Rajeev Koodli, Anders Nilsson, Jun Murai

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Abstract

Providing "always-on" Internet connectivity is crucial for mobile networks in automobiles and personal area networks. The Network Mobility (NEMO) protocol provides such a support involving a bi-directional tunnel between a gateway for the mobile network and a Home Agent. However, the routing path between them is hardly optimal. In this paper, we investigate the use of ad-hoc routing protocols for route-optimized communication between mobile networks. We describe enhancements to a mobile gateway to choose the optimal route for a destination. The route can be provided by the ad-hoc routing protocol or by the basic nemo routing approach itself whenever it is desirable. Our results indicate that this approach provides better routes than the basic nemo routing approach. It also provides detour route(s) when a mobile network is disconnected from Internet access.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLecture Notes in Computer Science
EditorsP. Lorenz, P. Dini
Pages361-368
Number of pages8
Volume3421
EditionII
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventNetworking - ICN 2005 - Reunion Island, France
Duration: 2005 Apr 172005 Apr 21

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OtherNetworking - ICN 2005
CountryFrance
CityReunion Island
Period05/4/1705/4/21

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Mobile ad hoc networks
Wireless networks
Routing protocols
Internet
Personal communication systems
Gateways (computer networks)
Automobiles
Tunnels
Network protocols
Communication

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Science (miscellaneous)

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Wakikawa, R., Matsutani, H., Koodli, R., Nilsson, A., & Murai, J. (2005). Mobile gateways for mobile ad-hoc networks with network mobility support. In P. Lorenz, & P. Dini (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (II ed., Vol. 3421, pp. 361-368)

Mobile gateways for mobile ad-hoc networks with network mobility support. / Wakikawa, Ryuji; Matsutani, Hiroki; Koodli, Rajeev; Nilsson, Anders; Murai, Jun.

Lecture Notes in Computer Science. ed. / P. Lorenz; P. Dini. Vol. 3421 II. ed. 2005. p. 361-368.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Wakikawa, R, Matsutani, H, Koodli, R, Nilsson, A & Murai, J 2005, Mobile gateways for mobile ad-hoc networks with network mobility support. in P Lorenz & P Dini (eds), Lecture Notes in Computer Science. II edn, vol. 3421, pp. 361-368, Networking - ICN 2005, Reunion Island, France, 05/4/17.
Wakikawa R, Matsutani H, Koodli R, Nilsson A, Murai J. Mobile gateways for mobile ad-hoc networks with network mobility support. In Lorenz P, Dini P, editors, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. II ed. Vol. 3421. 2005. p. 361-368
Wakikawa, Ryuji ; Matsutani, Hiroki ; Koodli, Rajeev ; Nilsson, Anders ; Murai, Jun. / Mobile gateways for mobile ad-hoc networks with network mobility support. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. editor / P. Lorenz ; P. Dini. Vol. 3421 II. ed. 2005. pp. 361-368
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