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I-D ACTION:draft-pfautz-na-enum-00.txt

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	Title		: Administrative Requirements for Deployment of ENUM in 
                          North America
	Author(s)	: P. Pfautz
	Filename	: draft-pfautz-na-enum-00.txt
	Pages		: 6
	Date		: 15-Aug-00
This document discusses a number of the administrative issues that
must be resolved before effective deployment of ENUM[2,3] services
in complex environments with number portability and multiple
providers for using DNS for translation of E.164 (telephone)
numbers. North America is examined critically because its
environment may be more complex than most and because current
deregulation trends may drive other countries/regions in similar
directions. In particular the current mechanisms for number
administration and number portability in North America will require
establishment of a new administrative function for managing the
domain name entries for ported numbers.

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