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Title : Paging Problem Statement
Author(s) : J. Kempf
Filename : draft-seamoby-paging-problem-statement-01.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 15-Feb-01
The IESG has requested that the Seamoby Working Group develop a
problem statement about the need for additional protocol work to
support paging for seamless IP mobility. The paging design team
interpreted this as direction to examine whether location of a mobile
node in power saving mode can be supported by the existing Mobile
IPv4 and Mobile IPv6 protocols given existing radio link protocols.
This draft describes paging, assesses the need for IP paging, and
presents a list of recommendations for Seamoby charter items
regarding work on paging.
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