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Title : Idle Mode Handover Support in IPv6 Networks
Author(s) : R. Koodli, J. Malinen
Filename : draft-koodli-idle-mode-ctv6-00.txt
Pages : 16
Date : 17-Jul-01
This document considers the problem of expediting authenticated network
access as well as enabling authorized context transfer during idle-mode
handovers. In essence, this document addresses idle-mode context
transfers, so that an idle-mode Mobile Node (MN) can resume its sessions
in a seamless fashion. We propose supplying the session key in the
paging message to the Access Router (AR) that locates the idle Mobile
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