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I-D ACTION:draft-ernst-mobileip-v6-network-01.txt

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	Title		: Mobile Networks Support in Mobile IPv6
	Author(s)	: T. Ernst, L. Bellier, C. Castelluccia, H. Lach
	Filename	: draft-ernst-mobileip-v6-network-01.txt
	Pages		: 20
	Date		: 30-Nov-00
This draft addresses the problems of routing datagrams to nodes
located in an IPv6 mobile network. A mobile network is an entire
network that is changing its point of attachment dynamically such as
a network deployed in an aircraft, a boat, or a car. Mobile IPv6 [4]
has been developed to support mobile nodes and is unable to support
mobile networks efficiently.  This draft discusses the Mobile IPv6
ability to support mobile networks and proposes to extend Mobile IPv6
with prefix scope Binding Updates to support mobile networks in the
Internet.  All datagrams bearing a destination address which prefix
matches the mobile network prefix recorded in the binding cache are
routed to the corresponding care-of address.

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