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Title : Route Optimization for Proxy Mobile IPv6
Author(s) : J. Abeille, M. Liebsch
Filename : draft-abeille-netlmm-proxymip6ro-00.txt
Pages : 23
Date : 2007-5-23
The IETF is specifying a protocol for network-based localized
mobility management, which takes basic operation for registration,
tunnel management and de-registration into account. This document
specifies a protocol for route optimization in networks, which
support network-based mobility management. The specified protocol
focuses on efficient set up and maintenance of a route optimized path
between two mobile nodes and suits complex mobility scenarios as well
as networks with multiple mobility anchors.
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