Multipath Mobile Internet Protocol for Mobility Networks
The internet data traffic is rapidly increases by twofold or even more in the near future. Most of the data traffic are generated from mobile devices. Due to this explosion of data traffic, existing network architecture is incapable in handling such a massive data traffic. The Network Mobility Basic Support Protocol (NEMO-BSP) is an extended version of Mobile Internet Protocol (MIPv6) that is designed to support seamless communications between homogenous and heterogeneous network domains. But NEMO-BSP is suffer very high binding and tunnel cost. The Proxy Mobility Scheme Protocol (PMIPv6) was developed to overcome issues of binding and tunnel cost. There have been many attempts to reduce the binding and tunnel cost. In this research work a multipath mobile IP protocol is designed that divides data packets on multiple paths (data packers on multiple sub-flows) without tunnel formation in the mobile network environment. the Multiple Mobile Internet Protocol Scheme (MMIPS). The network is divided into domain zones called intra-domain and inter-domain zones. The proposed protocol is aimed to remove the tunnel burden and reduce the packet size which significantly reduce the binding and tunnel cost. An analytical result are show that the proposed scheme binding and packet cost is less than compared schemes.