Network Layer Security

Design for A Cross Layer Architecture

S. Ramachandran, Godred Fairhurst, M. Luglio, C. Roseti, S. Provenzano

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Abstract

Traditional modular layering schemes have served a major part in the development of a variety of protocols. However, as the physical layer impairments become more unpredictable, a cross layer design (CLD) which is dynamic in nature provides better performance. CLD introduces new challenges in protocol design as well as in the area of security. Using numerical analysis, we show that a link layer design employing header compression and cross layer signalling to protect protocol headers can limit packet discarding. This paper also reviews the IPsec protocol and describes how IPsec can be modified for cross layer architecture.

Original languageEnglish
Pages271-275
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2007

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Network layers
Network protocols
Numerical analysis

Keywords

  • CL-IPsec
  • cross layer
  • header protection
  • IPsec
  • UDP-Lite

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Network Layer Security : Design for A Cross Layer Architecture. / Ramachandran, S.; Fairhurst, Godred; Luglio, M.; Roseti, C.; Provenzano, S.

2007. 271-275.

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Ramachandran, S. ; Fairhurst, Godred ; Luglio, M. ; Roseti, C. ; Provenzano, S. / Network Layer Security : Design for A Cross Layer Architecture. 5 p.
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