Credit-Based Authorization for HIP Mobility with Concurrent IP-Address Tests
draft-vogt-hip-credit-based-authorization-00

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Author Christian Vogt 
Last updated 2005-02-16
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Abstract

End-host mobility with the Host Identity Protocol uses IP-address tests to protect against malicious packet redirection and third-party flooding. The tests cause handover signaling delays to increase by one round-trip time. This document proposes a credit-based strategy that allows peers to securely resume active communications after handover as soon as possible, and to pursue a concurrent IP-address test subsequently. The optimization thus eliminates the additional handover delay that IP-address tests entail.

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Christian Vogt (chvogt@tm.uka.de)

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