Threat for Multi-homed Mobile Networks
draft-cho-nemo-threat-multihoming-00

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Abstract

In mobile networks, the Mobile Router (MR) is an operational main entity. With multiple MRs, mobile networks can provide the stability of service. And, there already exist various multi-homing scenarios. However, because of mobility and MR-HA relations, there are several security problems in multi-homed mobile networks. In this draft, we identify threats to multi-homed mobile networks. And we will illustrate several scenarios of Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks, Redirection attacks, and Replay attacks.

Authors

Seungho Choi (sanjose@hnc.co.kr)

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