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Secure Routing and Mobility in Future IP Networks

Secure Routing and Mobility in Future IP Networks
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Author(s): Kaj Grahn (Arcada Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland), Jonny Karlsson (Arcada Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland) and Göran Pulkkis (Arcada Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland)
Copyright: 2011
Pages: 21
Source title: Handbook of Research on Mobility and Computing: Evolving Technologies and Ubiquitous Impacts
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha (Polytechnic Institute of Cavado and Ave, Portugal) and Fernando Moreira (Portucalense University, Portugal)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-042-6.ch059

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Abstract

The evolution of computer networking is moving from static wired networking towards wireless, mobile, infrastructureless, and ubiquitous networking. In next-generation computer networks, new mobility features such as, seamless roaming, vertical handover, and moving networks are introduced. Security is a major challenge in developing mobile and infrastructureless networks. Specific security threats in next-generation networks are related to the wireless access mediums, routing, and mobility features. The purpose of this chapter is to identify these threats, and discuss the state of the art of security research and standardization within the area. Proposed security architectures for mobile networking are presented. A survey of security in routing is provided with special focus on mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). The security of currently relevant protocols for management or node and network mobility, Mobile IP (MIP), Network Mobility (NEMO), Mobile Internet Key Exchange (MOBIKE), Host Identity Protocol (HIP), Mobile Stream Control Transmission Protocol (mSCTP), Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP), and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), is described.

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