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Title : AAA for mobile IPv6
Author(s) : F. Dupont et al.
Filename : draft-dupont-mipv6-aaa-01.txt
Pages : 12
Date : 27-Nov-01
IPv6 mobility  has many security requirements which can be
roughly divided into security of signaling with common
correspondent nodes  and security between the mobile node and
its home agent. If IPsec  is not so usable in the first case
it remains the solution of choice in the second. Unfortunately
IPsec does not allow reasonable performance in some common
situations. One of the main problems is the lack of integration
with a modern network access service security like the one provided
by AAA .
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