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Title : Context Transfer Considerations for ROHC
Author(s) : G. Kenward
Filename : draft-kenward-seamoby-ct-rohc-reqs-00.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 12-Jul-01
There is an interest in enhancing the performance of handover between
access routers through the transfer of forwarding context . To
clearly understand the requirements for this transfer, it is useful to
examine the requirements of specific feature contexts.
This document reviews the requirements for transferring the context
associated with RObust Header Compressions (ROHC ) in preparation
for a handoff of the IP traffic being compressed.
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