ISSN E 2409-2770
ISSN P 2521-2419

Evaluation of IPV6 and MOFI IOT

Vol. 4, Issue 8, PP. 147-150, August 2017


Keywords: IoT, Thing ID, ID-based, Internetworking, framework

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One of the internet’s new revolution is Internet of Things (IOT) due to this objects themselves can recognize one another, get intelligence, transfer information to each other about their own and their ability to access the information that has been combined by other things.. The basic design of the IPV6 was that only end devices are the one with high intelligence and network is used for delivery of packets simply. In present Internet it is observed that inefficiency is created in Internet Protocol (IP) networking due to the location based packet delivery. The inefficiency comes in the environment when more objects or devices are mobile and there is chance of existence of multiple copies. Device-to-Device networking in non-stationary communication, identification of device should not be done by its location but identifier (ID) is used.  Thing should be identified by its identifier (ID) rather than its location. In addition, the ID should provide compatibility with existing device IDs. The Identifier ID and existing device IDs must be compatible with one another. This article describes the limitations of IPV4 and IPv6. The limitations need to be fulfilled by Mobile Oriented Future Internet (MOFI) IoT.

  1. Waleed Shahjehan is Research Scholar in Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar, Pakistan.
  2. Dr. Mohammad Haseeb Zafar is Professor and Secretary, Board of Advanced Studies & Research in Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar, Pakistan. He is also Visiting Researcher, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.

Waleed Shahjehan Mohammad Haseeb Zafar Irshad Hussain Muhammad Farooq

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