Mobile IP Technology and Applications

Mobile IP Technology and Applications

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Real-world solutions for Cisco IOS (R) Mobile IP configuration, troubleshooting, and managementUnderstand the concept of mobility and the requirements of mobility protocols Learn necessary components of a Mobile IP network, including features, functions, and message flows Examine security concepts related to Mobile IP, including protocol authentication and dynamic keying Evaluate high availability solutions and integration with AAA servers in campus networks Explore the features of metro mobility, including reverse tunneling, firewall, NAT traversal, and integration with VPN technologies Configure IOS Mobile IP networks, including integration topics such as redundancy, QoS, and VPN Manage the Mobile IP infrastructure, including Home Address management, scalability considerations, and network management Take a look at the future of Mobile IP, including Layer 2 integration challenges, Mobile IPv6, unstructured mobility, and mobile ad-hoc networkingTwo of the world's most powerful technology trends, the Internet and mobile communications, are redefining how and when people access information. With the majority of information and new services being deployed over IP, the use of devices such as cellular phones, PDAs, and laptops for accessing data networks is pushing the need for "always on" IP connectivity. The evolution of mobile computing points to a coming together of the best of desktop computing and cellular communications-the predictability and "always connected" experience of the desktop combined with the ease of use and mobility of the cell phone. One challenge to mobile data communication is moving data across different networks. The solution to this problem is a standards-based protocol: Mobile IP. Mobile IP is an open standard that allows users to keep the same IP address, stay connected, and maintain ongoing applications while roaming between IP networks. Mobile IP Technology and Applications is the first book to address the practical application of Mobile IP in real-world environments. Cisco IOS (R) Mobile IP configuration, troubleshooting, and management are covered in depth and supported by real-world examples. Mobility solutions addressed in this book include enterprise campus wireless LANs and metropolitan mobility for both individual devices and whole networks. Each example is designed to teach configuration, management, and troubleshooting in a manner that is directly applicable to common mobility needs. Whether you are looking for an introduction to IP mobility or detailed examples of Mobile IP technology in action, Mobile IP Technology and Applications is your complete resource for reaping the benefits that secure, reliable mobile communications have to offer. "IP Mobility provides the capability not only for me to connect to the world at large, but for it to find and connect to me."-Fred Baker, Cisco Fellow, Cisco Systems, Inc. This book is part of the Cisco Press (R) Networking Technology Series, which offers networking professionals valuable information for constructing efficient networks, understanding emerging technologies, and building successful networking careers.show more

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  • Hardback | 312 pages
  • 190 x 232 x 24mm | 721.22g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • 158705132X
  • 9781587051326

About Madhavi W. Chandra

Stefan Raab joined Cisco Systems in January 2001 from Nextel Communications as a technical leader and deployment engineer for the IP Mobility Group, IOS Technologies Division (ITD). He has more than nine years of experience with IP mobility deployments and is an expert on real-life applications of the technology.Madhavi W. Chandra, Ph.D., joined Cisco Systems in May 2000 as a Software Engineer for the IP Mobility Group. Madhavi is instrumental in designing advanced technologies in IOS mobility involving features for Mobile IP and Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, in which she is one of the lead architects. She earned her Ph.D degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The Johns Hopkins University.show more

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Real-world solutions for Cisco IOS(R) Mobile IP configuration, troubleshooting, and management Understand the concept of mobility and the requirements of mobility protocols Learn necessary components of a Mobile IP network, including features, functions, and message flows Examine security concepts related to Mobile IP, including protocol authentication and dynamic keying Evaluate high availability solutions and integration with AAA servers in campus networks Explore the features of metro mobility, including reverse tunneling, firewall, NAT traversal, and integration with VPN technologies Configure IOS Mobile IP networks, including integration topics such as redundancy, QoS, and VPN Manage the Mobile IP infrastructure, including Home Address management, scalability considerations, and network management Take a look at the future of Mobile IP, including Layer 2 integration challenges, Mobile IPv6, unstructured mobility, and mobile ad-hoc networking Two of the world's most powerful technology trends, the Internet and mobile communications, are redefining how and when people access information. With the majority of information and new services being deployed over IP, the use of devices such as cellular phones, PDAs, and laptops for accessing data networks is pushing the need for "always on" IP connectivity. The evolution of mobile computing points to a coming together of the best of desktop computing and cellular communications-the predictability and "always connected" experience of the desktop combined with the ease of use and mobility of the cell phone. One challenge to mobile data communication is moving data across different networks. The solution to this problem is a standards-based protocol: Mobile IP. Mobile IP is an open standard that allows users to keep the same IP address, stay connected, and maintain ongoing applications while roaming between IP networks. "Mobile IP Technology and Applications" is the first book to address the practical application of Mobile IP in real-world environments. Cisco IOS(R) Mobile IP configuration, troubleshooting, and management are covered in depth and supported by real-world examples. Mobility solutions addressed in this book include enterprise campus wireless LANs and metropolitan mobility for both individual devices and whole networks. Each example is designed to teach configuration, management, and troubleshooting in a manner that is directly applicable to common mobility needs. Whether you are looking for an introduction to IP mobility or detailed examples of Mobile IP technology in action, Mobile IP Technology and Applications is your complete resource for reaping the benefits that secure, reliable mobile communications have to offer. "IP Mobility provides the capability not only for me to connect to the world at large, but for it to find and connect to me." -Fred Baker, Cisco Fellow, Cisco Systems, Inc. This book is part of the Cisco Press(R) Networking Technology Series, which offers networking professionals valuable information for constructing efficient networks, understanding emerging technologies, and building successful networking careers.show more

Table of contents

ForewordIntroductionChapter 1 Mobile and Wireless TechnologiesMobilityWireless TechnologyChallenges of Communications MobilityLocation DiscoveryMove DetectionUpdate SignalingPath (Re)establishmentFull Mobility and the OSI Protocol StackMobility at Layer 2Mobility at Layers 4-7Mobility at Layer 3Combining Mobility ProtocolsThe Case for Mobile IPSummaryReview QuestionsChapter 2 Understanding Mobile IPMobile IP: The Elevator PitchMobile IP Is a Dynamic Routing Protocol......Where End Devices Signal Their Own Routing Updates......and Dynamic Tunnels Eliminate the Need for Host Route PropagationMobile IP: ComponentsMobile NodeHome Network and Home AddressHome AgentCare-of AddressColocated Care-of AddressForeign Agent Care-of AddressForeign AgentCorrespondent NodeMobile IP Protocol ConceptsMobile IP Agent DiscoveryLocation DiscoveryMove Detection and Mobile IP Handover PolicySteady-State AlgorithmNew Network AlgorithmLink-State TriggersMobile IP HandoverMobile IP RegistrationIdentificationServicesService Fields and BitsBroadcast SupportSimultaneous BindingsAuthenticationRelevant Address FieldsRegistration Reply CodesRegistration DeliveryMobile IP Handover Other Than Returning HomeMobile IP Handover Returning HomeMobile IP ExampleTunnelingEncapsulationTriangle RoutingSummaryReview QuestionsChapter 3 Mobile IP SecurityProtocol Authentication ExtensionsSecurity AssociationsSPIAlgorithm and ModeKeyReplay Protection MethodsTimestamp Replay ProtectionNonces Replay ProtectionMobile Node and Foreign Agent Authentication and Challenge MechanismFA ChallengeMN-AAA AuthenticationDynamic KeyingStandards-Based Dynamic KeyingCisco Dynamic Security Association and Key DistributionSession Index ExtensionSecurity Association Setup ExtensionDomain ExtensionChallenge ExtensionAuthentication Response ExtensionConfiguration ExtensionsLocation PrivacySummaryReview QuestionsChapter 4 IOS Mobile IP in the LabBuilding the Baseline TopologyIntermediate System ConfigurationCorrespondent Node ConfigurationHome Agent ConfigurationPhysical Home Network ConfigurationVirtual Home Network ConfigurationMobile Host ConfigurationSecurity Association ConfigurationHome Agent Final ConfigurationForeign Agent ConfigurationMobile Node ConfigurationOperation and Evaluation/TroubleshootingHome AgentMobile NodeFAExamining the Routing TableAlternative TopologiesSingle-Router TopologyOther Options for Single-Router TopologySummaryReview QuestionsChapter 5 Campus Mobility: Client-Based Mobile IPCampus Mobility ModelStoring Security Associations in AAARADIUSTACACS+Cisco Zero Configuration ClientHome Agent RedundancyConfiguration CommandsActive-Standby Home Agent ConfigurationPeer-Peer Home Agent ConfigurationWhen to Use Peer-Peer Home Agent RedundancySummaryReview QuestionsChapter 6 Metro Mobility: Client-Based Mobile IPMetro Mobility ModelReverse TunnelingReverse-Tunnel Delivery StyleReverse-Tunnel SignalingReverse-Tunnel ConfigurationTunnel Path MTUImpact of Network Address TranslationNAT Traversal UDP TunnelingNAT on the Home AgentMobile IP NAT ConfigurationConfiguration on the Home AgentConfiguration on the FAVPN IntegrationIPSec and Mobile IPMobile IP over IPSec over Mobile IPResource RevocationResource Revocation OverviewRevocation Support Extension and MessagesRegistration Revocation ExampleRegistration Revocation ConfigurationBringing It All Together Through an ExampleEvaluating the Metro Mobility ExampleSummaryReview QuestionsChapter 7 Metro Mobility: Cisco Mobile NetworksMobile RouterMobile Networks (Static or Dynamic)Configuration of Mobile Router and Its Mobile NetworksMobile Router Service on an InterfaceMobile Router Interface-Level ConfigurationAgent Selection and Mobile IP RegistrationRouting to and from the Mobile RouterHome Agent EnhancementsHome Agent Configuration for Network MobilityPriority Home Agent AssignmentForeign Agent DetailsAgent Discovery-Tuning IRDP OptionsLocal Routing to Mobile NetworksConfiguration for Local Routing to Mobile NetworksMobile Router RedundancyAsymmetric LinksConfiguration Needed for Asymmetric LinksExample of Asymmetric Link BehaviorColocated Care-of Address SupportStatic Colocated Care-of AddressDynamic Colocated Care-of AddressBehavior Using Colocated Care-of AddressesConfiguration Examples Using Colocated Care-of AddressesExample One: Mobile Networks with Static Colocated Care-of Address OnlyExample Two: Mobile Networks with Dynamic CCoAExample Three: Mobile Networks with Dynamic CCoA OnlyQuality of ServiceIPSec and the Mobile RouterSummaryReview QuestionsChapter 8 Deployment Scalability and ManagementManagement of the Mobile Nodes Home AddressVirtual NetworksStatic Home Addressing Without NAIDynamic Home Address AssignmentFixed Addressing on the Command-Line Interface (CLI)Local Pool Address AssignmentDHCP-Based Address AssignmentAAAAAA Address AssignmentAAA-Based Local Pool SelectionAAA-Assigned DHCP ServerStatic Home Addressing with NAILocal Authorization of Static Home AddressesAAA Authorization of Static Home AddressesScaling IssuesBuilding a Call ModelNumber of NodesFrequency of MobilityAmount of Data TrafficNumber of TunnelsAn Example Call ModelNetwork ManagementRFC 2006 Management Information Base (MIB)Cisco Enterprise MIBObjects Matching the Call ModelSystem Log MessagesCommon Troubleshooting IssuesPath MTU DiscoveryReverse Path Forwarding ChecksTunnel TransitSecurity Association IncompatibilitiesSummaryReview QuestionsChapter 9 A Look AheadMobile IP and Public Access NetworksPublic Wireless LANCdma2000 TechnologyGSM TechnologyFLASH-OFDM TechnologyCisco SWAN and Mobile IPAAA-Based Dynamic Key GenerationMobile IPv6Protocol OperationRoute Optimization (Return Routability) in Mobile IPv6Mobile IPv6 MessagingDifferences Between Mobile IPv4 and Mobile IPv6Transition to Mobile IPv6Lessons LearnedNetwork Access IdentifierAuthentication OptionBootstrapHierarchical Mobile IPv6 (HMIPv6)Fast Mobile IPMANETReferencesReview QuestionsAppendix A Answers to Review QuestionsAppendix B IOS Mobile IP: Supported SNMP MIBsshow more

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