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Effect Analysis of a Authentication Algorithm in IPsec VPN Satellite Communication
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 Title & Authors
Effect Analysis of a Authentication Algorithm in IPsec VPN Satellite Communication
Jeong, Won Ho; Hwang, Lan-Mi; Yeo, Bong-Gu; Kim, Ki-Hong; Park, Sang-Hyun; Yang, Sang-Woon; Lim, Jeong-Seok; Kim, Kyung-Seok;
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 Abstract
Satellite broadcasting networks, like if you have if you have just received information that everyone must bring the required security attributes this earth should be done as encryption. In this paper, a satellite communication network AH additional security header in transport mode IPsec VPN by applying the SHA-256 and MD-5 authentication algorithm to authenticate the data portion Error rate and analyze the BER and Throughput. First, to generate a normal IP packet added to IPsec transport mode security header AH were constructed internal authentication data by applying the SHA-256 and MD-5 algorithm. Channel coder was applied to the Rate Compatible Punctured Turbo Codes, packet retransmission scheme Hybrid-ARQ Type-II and Type-III were used. Modulation method was applied to the BPSK, the wireless channel Markov channel (Rician 80%, Rayleigh 20% and Rician 90%, Rayleigh 10%) as an authentication algorithm according to the satellite channel state analyzed how they affect the error rate and Throughput.
 Keywords
Satellite communication;security;encryption;IPsec VPN;HARQ;BER;Throughput;
 Language
Korean
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