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Figure 16.7 Active packets for mobile-IP (MH, mobile host; HA, home agent; CH, corresponding host.)
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that must be sent by the application is [36]: fun getToAgent(dest, payload, port) = try let val fagent = lookupTuple(dest) in OnRemote(|FoundFA|(dest, payload, port), fagent, getRB( ), defRoute) end handle NotFound => if (thisHostIs(dest)) then deliver(payload, port) else let val next = defaultRoute(dest) in OnNeighbor(|getToAgent|(dest, payload, port), #1 next, getRB( ),#2 next)) end fun FoundFA(dest, payload, port) = let val hop = defaultRoute(dest) in OnNeighbor(|deliver|(payload, port), #1 hop, getRB(), #2 hop)) end GetToAgent is the main function and, when it executes, it rst looks up dest in the softstore using lookupTuple. If that succeeds, it has found the home agent and it uses OnRemote to send a new packet, the tunnel, that will execute FoundFA at the foreign agent with the same arguments as getToAgent. OnRemote provides multihop transmission of the packet without execution until it reaches the foreign agent. If the lookup fails the handle will execute. If we have actually reached the host then we deliver the packet. Otherwise, it looks up the next hop toward dest. It then uses OnNeighbor, which only transmits a packet one hop, to send the packet. Thus the packet travels hop-by-hop looking for the home agent. FoundFA function executes on the foreign agent, which in this case is the mobile host, but might be some other node on the same sub-net. It sends a packet to the dest that does the delivery. This is where the original packet is removed from the tunnel. Notice that all of that functionality is encoded in the tunnel packet program itself; the foreign agent does not need to have any knowledge of its role as a tunnel endpoint it just has to support PLAN. If a node de nes an extensible interface, new extensions can be loaded and plugged into this interface to provide extended or enhanced functionality. This is the essence of plug-in extension evolution. As an illustration consider the pseudocode shown below for a simple AP that implements route discovery [36]: Route Discover(Simple DSR) procedure Route Request(Target,RouteRec) if Duplicate Request Packet Or My Address Already In Route Rec then Discard if This Host is Target then Route Reply(RouteRec) else else Append My Address To Route Flood To All Neighbours The packet itself embodies many key aspects of the protocol directly. In particular, it does duplicate elimination, tests for routing loops, detects termination and sends a reply,
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and performs ooding. In general, since many protocols have relatively simple control ow, simple APs can implement key aspects of the protocol directly. This algorithm bene ts from noderesident services that are speci c to the protocol, particularly to detect if this is a duplicate request or if the current node is already in the route record.
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16.4 PROGRAMMABLE 4G MOBILE NETWORK ARCHITECTURE In this section, we introduce a possible high-level architecture for future mobile systems with the focus on programmability [37, 41]. To address the creation and provisioning of unanticipated services, the whole system has to be designed to be as exible as possible. Openness and con gurability, not only at the service level but also with respect to the whole system architecture, will attract third-party vendors to evolve the system as it unfolds and is therefore the key to viable solutions. As pointed out in 1, 4G systems are expected to provide an integration platform to seamlessly combine heterogeneous environments. Core abstraction layers cover hardware platform, network platform, middleware platform and applications. The abstraction layers can interact with each other using well-de ned interfaces. Besides their regular cooperation in an operational setting, each layer can be con gured separately and independently via con guration interfaces. The generic architecture for the network elements of a mobile network is shown in Figure 16.8 (excluding applications). In this architecture, the following abstraction layers are considered, each programmable with con gurable components:
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