An Improved Architecture for Minimizing Real Time Packet Loss in MIPV6
With the advent of mobile devices, the internet now undertook a huge and unexpected explosion of growth. The wireless mobile internet gives users access to the internet services while they are on move. This mobility has been supported through the Internet Protocol known as Mobile IP (MIP). MIP allows users with mobile devices to have continuous network connectivity to the internet without changing their IP addresses when moving from one network to another. While on move, Mobile Node (MN) undergoes a handover process, in which the MN gets disconnected from one Point of Attachment (PoA) and tries to connect to another PoA.