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I-D ACTION:draft-kniveton-aaa-sim6-00.txt

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	Title		: SIM Authentication EAP extension over AAAv6 (SIM6)
	Author(s)	: T. Kniveton, J. Malinen
	Filename	: draft-kniveton-aaa-sim6-00.txt
	Pages		: 39
	Date		: 17-Jul-01
Providing an existing scalable authorization infrastructure for mobile
nodes is needed for IPv6-based mobility.  SIM Authentication provides
a protocol for authenticating and authorizing services.  It uses an
authorizing home domain defined by the Subscriber Identity Module
(SIM). The protocol is an Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv6
(ICMPv6) extension.  It can leverage the existing SIM authorization
infrastructure for automatic bootstrapping of security association
between the mobile node and a service, where the service can be
e.g. authorized last-hop VPN setup for network access or Mobile IPv6
mobile-home security association setup.

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