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Title : Diameter Mobile IPv6 Application
Author(s) : S. Faccin et al.
Filename : draft-le-aaa-diameter-mobileipv6-00.txt
Date : 18-Jul-01
This document specifies a new Application to Diameter for Mobile
IPv6, allowing an IPv6 mobile node to receive service from foreign
service providers thanks to the support of inter domain roaming by
the AAA infrastructure. The draft describes a solution that allows
the Diameter infrastructure to authenticate and authorize an IPv6
mobile node, distribute security keys to enable the provisioning of
services to the IPv6 mobile node, and perform and optimize mobility
procedures for the IPv6 mobile node.
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