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I-D ACTION:draft-faccin-mih-infoserv-01.txt

Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-faccin-mih-infoserv-01.txt
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 15:50:01 -0400
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        Title           : Some Requirements for a Handover Information Service
        Author(s)       : S. Faccin, et al.
        Filename        : draft-faccin-mih-infoserv-01.txt
        Pages           : 31
        Date            : 2005-10-12
Handover Information Services may be used to assist handovers between
   wireless cells, based on stored network knowledge.  Information
   Services can be used to provide topology and channel information
   which may allow a moving host to select an appropriate link-layer
   connection to make, amongst available networks, whether using the
   same technology or between heterogeneous technologies.

   This document is an effort to describe use cases and problem
   statements for information services, when they are transported and
   discovered over IP networks.

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