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Subject: I-D Action:draft-thiruvengadam-nsis-mip6-fw-07.txt
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Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2007 09:40:02 -0500
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        Title           : Mobile IPv6 - NSIS Interaction for Firewall traversal
        Author(s)       : H. Tschofenig, et al.
        Filename        : draft-thiruvengadam-nsis-mip6-fw-07.txt
        Pages           : 24
        Date            : 2007-11-15

Most of the firewalls deployed today are Mobile IPv6 unaware.
Widespread Mobile IPv6 deployment is not possible unless Mobile IPv6
messages can pass through these firewalls.  One approach is to use a
signaling protocol to communicate with these firewalls and instruct
them to bypass these Mobile IPv6 messages.  The goal of this document
is to describe the interaction between NSIS and Mobile IPv6 for
enabling Mobile IPv6 traversal.

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