Some Heuristics about Piggybacked Binding Updates
draft-westphal-mobileip-piggyback-bu-00

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Authors Cedric Westphal  , Charles Perkins 
Last updated 2002-02-19
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Abstract

This document presents some simple analytical results with respect to the performance improvement brought by piggybacking binding updates (BUs). We see that the improvement in term of bandwidth is not significant unless the mobile terminal sending BUs moves very fast. We also see on the other hand that the improvement in term of jitter is quite significant in most situations.

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Cedric Westphal (cedric.westphal@nokia.com)
Charles Perkins (charliep@computer.org)

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