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I-D ACTION:draft-guri-seamoby-lahap-00.txt

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	Title		: Layer-2 aided mobility independent dormant host 
                          alerting protocol
	Author(s)	: S. Gurivireddy, B. Sarikaya, A. Krywaniuk
	Filename	: draft-guri-seamoby-lahap-00.txt
	Pages		: 16
	Date		: 19-Sep-01
This document introduces a new paging protocol nick-named
LAHAP, which makes use of layer 2 triggers to anticipate
events related to paging in layer 2. LAHAP uses the
architectural entities defined in RFC 3154 to support dormant
mode in hosts connected to the Internet. LAHAP is not dependent
on any mobility protocol. Tracking agent keeps track of the
paging area of the HOST using layer 2 triggers. Dormant
monitoring agent intercepts the traffic for the node and queries
tracking agent for the last registered paging area. Dormant
monitoring agent asks paging agent to page the host. The paging
is done in the paging areas if available and on the subnet. The
host deregisters its paging registration after entering into the
active mode.

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