Efficient Mobile Anchor Point Messaging Assumption in IPv6 Based Wireless Mobile Networks
Using a hierarchy that differentiates local mobility from global mobility is more appropriate to the Internet because it improves handoff performance, minimizes the loss of packets that may occur during transition and significantly reduces the mobility management signaling load on the Internet. But the only disadvantage of the Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 is that Mobility Anchor Point are sometimes "far away" and there is too much signaling from the mobile node. This paper assumes a new messaging architecture for the Hierarchical Mobile IPv6, which can shorten the signaling from the mobile node and minimize the handoff latency.
B. J. Park et al., "Efficient Mobile Anchor Point Messaging Assumption in IPv6 Based Wireless Mobile Networks", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 267, pp. 1038-1043, 2011