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Title : Local Subnet Mobility Problem Statement
Author(s) : P. Roberts
Filename : draft-proberts-local-subnet-mobility-problem-00.txt
Pages : 4
Date : 03-May-01
This document specifies a problem statement for investigation within
the IRTF. There are a couple of seemingly unrelated problems that
have led investigators to converge on the desirability of
implementing a routing protocol whose purpose is to allow a mobile
node to retain connectivity via its current IP subnet while it moves
within the scope of the micro mobility domain.
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