IP Routing for Wireless/Mobile Hosts (mobileip)
|Name:||IP Routing for Wireless/Mobile Hosts|
|Area:||Internet Area (int)|
Basavaraj Patil <email@example.com>
Phil Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gabriel Montenegro <Gabriel.Montenegro@microsoft.com>
The Mobile IP Working Group has developed routing support to permit IP
nodes (hosts and routers) using either IPv4 or IPv6 to seamlessly
"roam" among IP subnetworks and media types. The Mobile IP method
supports transparency above the IP layer, including the maintenance of
active TCP connections and UDP port bindings. Where this level of
transparency is not required, solutions such as DHCP and dynamic DNS
updates may be adequate and techniques such as Mobile IP not needed.
The WG moving forward will focus on deployment issues in Mobile IP and
provide appropriate protocol solutions to address known deficiencies
and shortcomings. For example, the wireless/cellular industry is
considering using Mobile IP as one technique for IP mobility for
wireless data. The working group will endeavor to gain an
understanding of data service in cellular systems such as
GPRS, UMTS, CDMA2000, and interact with other standards bodies that
are trying to adopt and deploy Mobile IP WG protocols in these
contexts. In order to provide a complete solution and a set of
protocols that can be used as a roadmap for widespread deployment, the
following work needs to be accomplished by this WG. In the near term,
the WG needs to work on:
- Use of NAIs to identify mobile users/nodes.
- Specifying how Mobile IP should use AAA functionality to support
inter-domain and intra-domain mobility.
- Develop solutions for IPv4 private address spaces for the scenarios
needed for deployment.
- Documenting any requirements specific to cellular/wireless networks.
In the longer term, the WG needs to address:
- QoS in the mobile IP environment using diff-serv and/or
- Location Privacy.
The Working Group will ensure that solutions proposed for these problem
domains are suitable for IPv4 and IPv6 respectively.
Review and approve the charter, making any changes deemed necessary.
Post an Internet-Draft documenting the Mobile Hosts protocol.
Review the charter of the Mobile IP Working Group for additional work required to facilitate non-host mobility.
Submit the IPv4 Mobile Host Protocol to the IESG as a Proposed Standard.
Submit the IPv6 Mobile Host Protocol to the IESG as a Proposed Standard.
Submit Internet-Draft for NAI support in Mobile IP to IESG for consideration as a Proposed Standard.
Review security framework requirements for Mobile IP.
Review solutions and submit drafts for mobility in private address spaces.
Supply AAA requirements for Mobile IP to the AAA Working Group
Submit the IPv4 Mobile IP Protocol to the IESG for consideration as a Draft Standard.
Review the WG charter and update as needed.
Develop an access technology independent method for supporting low latency handover between access points within an administrative domain or across administrative domains.
Review QoS in a Mobile IP enabled network.
Submit Mobile IPv6 MIB to IESG for consideration as a Proposed Standard.