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LTE: What are the roles of FA and HA in Mobile IP?

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LTE: What are the roles of FA and HA in Mobile IP?
posted Mar 13, 2014 by Yogeshwar Thakur

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In MIP (Mobile IP) a Home Agent (HA) allocates the IP address and when the mobile device changes geographic area the Foreign Agent (FA) may provide a mobile specific "care of address" (CoA) to the HA so that packets can be forwarded to the correct destination where the mobile happens to be located. These functionalities are supported in LTE at the home P-GW which acts as the HA and the S-GW which can act as FA when mobile IP is used.

answer Mar 14, 2014 by Brijesh Talwar
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