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Title : Minimum IPv6 Functionality for a Cellular Host
Author(s) : J. Arkko
Filename : draft-manyfolks-ipv6-cellular-host-00.txt
Pages : 22
Date : 05-Jul-01
As an increasing number of cellular hosts are being connected to the
Internet, IPv6 becomes necessary. Examples of such hosts are GPRS,
UMTS and CDMA2000 terminals. Standardization organizations are also
making IPv6 mandatory in their newest specifications, such as IP
multimedia terminals specified for UMTS. However, the concept of
IPv6 covers many aspects, numerous RFCs, a number of different
situations and is also still evolving. A rapid adoption of IPv6 is
desired for cellular hosts.
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