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Virtual IP-Based Secure Gatekeeper System For Internet Of Things

Younchan Jung, Ronnel Agulto

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The advantage of using the Network Address Translation device is that the internal IP address, which makes the IP address space of Internet of Things (IoT) devices expanded, is invisible from the outside and safe from external attacks. However, the use of these private IPv4 addresses poses traversal problems, especially for the mobile IoTs to operate peer-to-peer applications. An alternative solution is to use IPv6 technologies for future IoT devices. However, IPv6 package, including IPSec, is too complex to apply to the IoT device because it is a technology developed for the user terminal with enough computing power. This paper proposes a gatekeeper to enable the real IP addresses of IoTs inside the same subnetwork to be not explicitly addressable and visible from outside of the gatekeeper. Each IoT device publishes its virtual IP address via the Registrar Server or Domain Name System (DNS) with which the gatekeeper shares the address mapping information. While the gatekeeper maintains the mapping information for the local IoT devices, the registration server or DNS has global address mapping information so that any peer can reach the mapping information. All incoming and outgoing packets must pass through the gatekeeper responsible for the address conversion and security checks for them from the entrance. This paper aims to apply our gatekeeper system to a platform of self-driving cars that allows surrounding IoT cameras and autonomous vehicles to communicate with each other securely, safely, and rapidly. So, this paper finally analyzes improvement effects on latency to show that our gatekeeper system guarantees the latency goal of 20 ms under the environment of 5G links.