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MAIN PROJECT REPORT ON DESIGN & PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF MOBILITY MANAGEMENT SCHEMES BASED ON POINTER FORWARDING FOR WMN Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Master of Computer Application Submitted by M.ZAMEER BASHA 520779135 P.JAGADEESH YADAV 520779206 B.CHINNA NARASIMHULU 520779209 Under the Guidance of T.Sreevani M.Tech., Asst. Professor, Department of MCA DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATION SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSIT
LOGO Design & performance analysis of mobility management schemes based on pointer forwarding for WMN
LOGO Contents Abstract 1 Existing System 2 Proposed System 3 System Requirement Specification 4 UML Diagrams 5 Output Screens 6
LOGO Abstract We propose efficient mobility management schemes based on pointer forwarding for wireless mesh networks (WMNs) with the objective to reduce the overall network traffic incurred by mobility management and packet delivery. The proposed schemes are per-user-based. We develop analytical models based on stochastic Petri nets to evaluate the performance of the proposed schemes.
LOGO Existing System The mobile IP can provide continuous Internet access services for the mobile user and does provide a simple and scalable solution to user mobility. Yet, mobile IP is not a good solution for users with high mobility. The hierarchical mobile IP (HMIP) protocol was proposed to employ the hierarchy of foreign agents (FAs) and the gateway FAs (GFAs). To reduce the number of registration operations and to reduce the signaling latency.
LOGO Proposed System Hence, we propose an analytic model to evaluate the mean signaling delay and the mean bandwidth per call according to the type of MT mobility. In our analysis, the MHMIP outperforms the DHMIP and MIP strategies in almost all the studied cases. WMNs have the advantages of low cost, easy deployment, self-organization and self-healing. A WMN consists of mesh routers and mesh clients.
LOGO SYSTEM REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION S/W Requirement H/W Requirement OS: Windows XP Professional Coding: JAVA Tool used : Eclipse Pentium IV 2.4 GHz 256 MB Ram Hard Disk 40 GB
LOGO Modules MIPDHMIPMHMIP It is proposed to reduce the location update messages to the HA by registering the new COA to the previous FA and building a hierarchy of FAs. The user’s packets are intercepted & tunneled along the FAs hierarchy to the MT. MT registers with its home network from which it gets a permanent address. If MT moves outside the home network visiting a foreign network, it maintains its home address and obtains a new one from the FA. In each group, FAs are connected to each other through a GFA. A set of GFAs are connected to an HA. When an MT moves through FAs belonging to the same group, the GFA of this group multicasts the received packet (coming from the HA) to the MT.
LOGO Usecase Diagram GFA passing signal via router FA Passing signal via GFA HA receive the locality of MT MT HA FA Analyze the MT MT Mobility
LOGO Sequence Diagram MT FAGFARouterHAEnd Point Mobility FA – Foreign Agent HA - Home Agent GFA – Gateway Foreign Agent MT – Mobile Terminal Signaling Packet Delivery
LOGO Collaboration Diagram HA End Point MT Router FA GFA Packet Delivery Signaling
LOGO State Chart Diagram MT Sending signal Mobility ? HA Receiving signal and Sending Packets Passing Signal to Foreign Agent FA Passing signals to the Gateway Foreign Agent No Yes Passing Signal to Home Agent HA Passing Packets to the MT via GFA,FA
LOGO www.themegallery.aghjjk Performance comparisons B/W Modules MIP DHMIP MHMIP Bandwidth(Kbs/ps): 4.419594 Time Delay(ms): 54528.844 File Size (Kbs): 11.076172 Protocol Name : MIP Bandwidth(Kbs/ps): 166.11723 Time Delay(ms): 1450.7546 File Size (Kbs): 11.076172 Protocol Name : DHMIP Bandwidth (Kbs/ps): 179.0998 Time Delay(ms): 1345.5927 File Size (Kbs): 11.076172 Protocol Name : MHMIP
LOGO Future Enhancement We suggests to use this technology in the 3G(Third Generation) wireless network to get video conference facilities in the mobile itself. Definitely this method will occupy the some part of 3G technology.
LOGO Conclusion We have proposed an analytical model which evaluates the mean handoff delay per call and the mean bandwidth per call of three mobility management approaches: MIP, DHMIP, and MHMIP. Our analysis gives in almost all cases a lower mean handoff delay per call and a mean bandwidth per call than those offered by the DHMIP and MIP approaches.