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Title : Local and Indirect Registration for Anchoring Handoffs
Author(s) : G. Dommety, T. Ye
Filename : draft-dommety-mobileip-anchor-handoff-01.txt
Pages : 4
Date : 24-Jul-00
In wide area deployment, the handoff latencies due to latencies in
Mobile IP registrations, delay incurred due to setting up of dynamic
keys, and latencies in setting up secure Tunnels could be high. This
document proposes enchantments to reduce the latencies involved in
such handoffs. It proposes enhancements to facilitate local
registration, anchoring, and global indirect registration.
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