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A Study on Effective Transfere Rate Over Smart Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (SHMIPv6)


Ma'en Alrashdan, Mahamod Ismail, Kasmiran Jumari


Vol. 7  No. 5  pp. 235-239


The increase demand of the Internet applications and the mobile wireless networks uses guide to have a complete successful system for mobile wireless access to wide Internet applications. Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) considered Mobile IPv6 to be the technology Gate for the mobile Internet which facilitates flawless communication for the wireless access networks by developing standards Mobile IP. However, MIPv6 may cause unnecessary signaling traffic and long transmission delay. Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (HMIPv6) provides the best scalable solution for global mobility by dividing the world into domains. HMIPv6 regional registration is proposed Mobility Anchor Point (MAP) to control the visited Mobile Nodes (MNs) in the domain to reduce the number of position updates to the home network. The MAP act as the MN’s Home Agent (HA). It intercepts all the packets addressed to the MN and tunnels them to the Care of Address (CoA) of the MN in the Foreign Agent (FA) area. If the MAP handles so many MNs, lost packets will occur and then lost data rate ratio because there is only one path to all visitors to receive there packets. In this paper, we are going to introduce the basic concept of Smart Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (SHMIPv6) that has several MAPs sharing together to handle so many MNs and to show the performance of SHMIPv6 with respect to effective transfer rate. We have used a Visual Basic 6 program to simulate HMIPv6 and SHMIPv6 over hypothetical internet.


HMIPv6, SHMIPv6, MAP, RCoA, Data Rate