Signaling Environment for Service Level Negotiation and QoS management in Mobile IP Networks

Abstract : This paper describes a signaling environment for service level negotiation and advance resource reservation in mobile IP networks. This environment is built in conformance with the generic signaling environment, which is standardized by the NSIS IETF working group. The service level negotiation protocol, called SLN NSLP, integrates the NSIS architecture to assure, thanks to the negotiation of an SLS, the availability of the resources needed by applications. The advance resource reservation protocol, called MQoS NSLP, is based on the QoS NSLP signaling application. It provides to mobile terminals the QoS required by taken into account the user's mobility and QoS profile. The advance resource reservation is based on an object MSpec (Mobility Specification) which determines the future location of the mobile terminal. The MSpec object which is a part of a mobility and QoS profile, is determined by the mobile terminal.
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14th International Conference on Telecommunication Systems - Modeling and Analysis (ICTSM2006), Oct 2006, Pennsylvania, United States. 2006
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Badr Benmammar, Nader Mbarek, Francine Krief. Signaling Environment for Service Level Negotiation and QoS management in Mobile IP Networks. 14th International Conference on Telecommunication Systems - Modeling and Analysis (ICTSM2006), Oct 2006, Pennsylvania, United States. 2006. 〈hal-00657680〉

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