Distributed IP Mobility Management
Distributed IP Mobility Management (DMM) refers to the concept of placing mobility anchors closer to the user, distributing the control and data infrastructures among the entities located at the edge of the access network. This allows the mobile node’s traffic to take an optimal route while enabling the mobile node move between mobility anchors. DMM appears as an alternative to classical centralized IP mobility management approaches, complementing them for better performance and scalability.
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