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Title : Name-Based Autoconfiguration for MANET
Author(s) : N. Kim, et al.
Filename : draft-nhkim-name-based-autoconf-00.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 2005-10-21
In a mobile ad hoc network, difficulties exist in supporting address
autoconfiguration and naming resolution due to the lack of
centralized servers. This document presents a novel approach, called
Name-Based Autoconfiguration (NBA), which uses host names to
determine IP addresses and provides address autoconfiguration and
name resolution as a single protocol.
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