|Title: Mobility Support for Content Centric Networking: Case Study Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Mobile Networks and Management (MONAMI 2011)|
|Written by: Yunqi Luo and Jonas Eymann and Angrishi Kishore and Andreas Timm-Giel|
|in: sep 2011|
|Address: Aveiro, Portugal|
Abstract: Content Centric Networking (CCN) is a new Internet archi- tecture which is based on naming content instead of hosts. It has been shown that CCN can also supports point-to-point conversions, for example voice calls. However, it has not been defined how node mobility can be achieved in such a real-time scenario with strong time constraints. This paper illustrates the arising problems of mobility in CCN for real-time applications and proposes three different solutions. The results and the analyses show that the presented approaches can reduce the delay time and also reduce signaling overhead.