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I-D ACTION:draft-subbarao-mobileip-redundancy-00.txt

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	Title		: Home Agent Redundancy in Mobile IP
	Author(s)	: K. Leung, M. Subbarao
	Filename	: draft-subbarao-mobileip-redundancy-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 11-Jun-01
In Mobile IP, a Home Agent (HA) creates a mobility binding table
that tracks the association of a Mobile Node's (MN) home address with
its current Care-of Address (CoA).  If the HA fails, the mobility
binding table will be lost and all MNs registered with the HA will
lose connectivity.  In this draft, we propose a Mobile IP Home Agent
Redundancy framework mechanism that provides the essential robust
redundancy needed at the HA.  The mechanism described herein can also
be used to provide the redundancy needed at any 'regional/local' HAs.

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