To differentiate between macromobility and micromobility protocols and between various micromobility protocols such as HAWAII and cellular IP
Enhancing Mobile IP - identify the drawbacks of Mobile IP with rapidly moving mobile nodes and the advantages of using micromobility protocols to support Mobile IP. Hierarchical Mobile IP - identify the purpose of hierarchical IP and the processes involved in its operation. TeleMIP - identify the mechanisms and processes that enable movement of mobile nodes efficiently within a visited IP domain using TeleMIP. Differentiating between Hierarchical IP and TeleMIP - differentiate between Hierarchical Mobile IP and TeleMIP. HAWAII - identify the methods used in HAWAII to enable the movement of mobile nodes efficiently within visited IP domains. Cellular IP - identify the methods used in Cellular IP to enable the movement of mobile nodes efficiently within and between Cellular IP networks. Edge Mobility Architecture (EMA) - match the processes and architectural components used to enable the movement of mobile nodes efficiently within and between visited IP domains using Edge Mobility Architecture. Differentiating between HAWAII, Cellular IP, and EMA - differentiate between HAWAII, Cellular IP, and EMA.
The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.