MANET, Multi-homing and Simulation of handover

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MANET, Multi-homing and Simulation of handover

Course UNIK4700, UNIK9700
Title MANET, Multi-homing and Simulation of handover
Lecture date 2012/11/22 0915-1200
presented by Christine Askeland Thuen, Håvard Austad, Ali Zaher
Objective Objective:
  • Understand how handoff works with a simulation example.
  • Introduction to Multi-homing and MANET
Learning outcomes Learning outcomes:
  • Explain the principles of Multi-homing
  • Explain the principles of MANET
  • Explain how handoff works
Pensum (read before)
References (further info) References:
Keywords MANET, Mobile Ad-Hoc, Multi-homing, Handover, Ad hoc mobility

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Test yourself, answer these questions

  • What is Mobile ad hoc network?
  • What are the main features of mobile ad hoc networks?
  • What is difference between ad-hoc network and mobile ad-hoc network?
  • How does Mobile ad hoc network work without infrastructure?
  • What are the types of Mobile ad hoc network?
  • What is multi homed?
  • Two basic types of multi-homed organization
  • Why should we use multihoming?
  • Why should a multi-homed organization use BGP?
  • Read pdf files, attached in "Simulation of handover": Case-1", Case-2 & Case-3
  • Answer this questions: Media:Questions_Handover.pdf.pdf



Mobile Ad-Hoc (MANET)

Simulation of handover

  • A Perfomance Comparison of MIPv6, HMIPv6, FMIPv6 and their Combination: Media: Case-1.pdf
  • Vertical Handover criteria and algorithms in IEEE 802.11 and 802.16 networks: Media: Case-2.pdf
  • IEEE 802.21 enabled mobile terminals for optimized WLAN/3G handovers: Media: Case-3.pdf

Corrections and clarifications:

3G-> WLAN threshold defines the minimum WLAN signal that must be received for performing a handover to WLAN.

WLAN -> 3G thresould defines minimum WLAN signal that must be received to performing a handover from WLAN to 3G.

Lecture notes