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Wireless Communication Mobile IP

Wireless Communication Mobile IP

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Wireless communication is the transfer of information over a distance without the use of electrical
conductors or "wires". In this paper we discuss how Mobile IP works and the advantages of it in wireless
communication.

In IP networks, routing is based on stationary IP addresses, similar to how a postal letter is
delivered to the fixed address on the envelope. A device on a network is reachable through normal IP
routing by the IP address it is assigned on the network.

The problem occurs when a device roams away from its home network and is no longer reachable
using normal IP routing. This results in the active sessions of the device being terminated. Mobile IP was
created to enable users to keep the same IP address while traveling to a different network (which may even
be on a different wireless operator), thus ensuring that a roaming individual could continue communication
without sessions or connections being dropped.

Because the mobility functions of Mobile IP are performed at the network layer rather than the physical layer, the mobile device can span different types of wireless and wireline networks while maintaining connections and ongoing applications. Remote login, remote printing, and file transfers are some examples of applications where it is undesirable to interrupt communications while an individual roams across network boundaries. Also, certain network services, such as software licenses and access privileges, are based on IP addresses. Changing these IP addresses could compromise the network services.

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Wireless communication is the transfer of information over a distance without the use of electrical
conductors or "wires". In this paper we discuss how Mobile IP works and the advantages of it in wireless
communication.

In IP networks, routing is based on stationary IP addresses, similar to how a postal letter is
delivered to the fixed address on the envelope. A device on a network is reachable through normal IP
routing by the IP address it is assigned on the network.

The problem occurs when a device roams away from its home network and is no longer reachable
using normal IP routing. This results in the active sessions of the device being terminated. Mobile IP was
created to enable users to keep the same IP address while traveling to a different network (which may even
be on a different wireless operator), thus ensuring that a roaming individual could continue communication
without sessions or connections being dropped.

Because the mobility functions of Mobile IP are performed at the network layer rather than the physical layer, the mobile device can span different types of wireless and wireline networks while maintaining connections and ongoing applications. Remote login, remote printing, and file transfers are some examples of applications where it is undesirable to interrupt communications while an individual roams across network boundaries. Also, certain network services, such as software licenses and access privileges, are based on IP addresses. Changing these IP addresses could compromise the network services.

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K.S.R.M Engineering CollegeKadapa-516003, A.PTechno Drive 2007
A paper presentation on
‘Wireless Communication: Mobile IP’
by
N. Alekhya S. Pooja
alekhya_nagirimadugu@yahoo.co.in pooja183@gmail.com
III YearDepartment of Electronics & Communication
Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering & Technology
RVS NagarChittoor
 
Abstract
Wireless communication is the transfer of information over a distance without the use of electricalconductors or "wires". In this paper we discuss how Mobile IP works and the advantages of it in wirelesscommunication.In IP networks, routing is based on stationary IP addresses, similar to how a postal letter isdelivered to the fixed address on the envelope. A device on a network is reachable through normal IProuting by the IP address it is assigned on the network.The problem occurs when a device roams away from its home network and is no longer reachableusing normal IP routing. This results in the active sessions of the device being terminated. Mobile IP wascreated to enable users to keep the same IP address while traveling to a different network (which may evenbe on a different wireless operator), thus ensuring that a roaming individual could continue communicationwithout sessions or connections being dropped.Because the mobility functions of Mobile IP are performed at the network layer rather than thephysical layer, the mobile device can span different types of wireless and wireline networks whilemaintaining connections and ongoing applications. Remote login, remote printing, and file transfers aresome examples of applications where it is undesirable to interrupt communications while an individualroams across network boundaries. Also, certain network services, such as software licenses and accessprivileges, are based on IP addresses. Changing these IP addresses could compromise the network services.
 
1. Introduction
The Mobile Internet Protocol, or better known as Mobile IP, is a protocol that adds to the alreadyexisting Internet Protocol by making the movement of a node transparent to applications on its originalnetwork. One knows that a host address is made up of a network number and a host part. This network number tells the user what network the host is attached to. Original Internet Protocol algorithms tell certainrouters how to get packets to their correct networks. Now with the regular Internet Protocol if the hostdisconnected itself from its original network and joined another network, the host would never receive anypackets because the host has the same IP address from its old network that would not be recognized by thenetwork in which it joined. In essence the host would seem to be missing because its IP address does notmatch its new network number and therefor would never recieve any packets.Because of this problem, Mobile IP was created so that mobile nodes could freely move fromnetwork to network without the fear of losing data or interrupting current computer applications andsettings.
2. Components of a Mobile IP Network 
Mobile IP has the following three components, as shown in Figure:
Mobile Node
Home Agent
Foreign Agent
Figure: Mobile IP Components and Relationships

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