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I-D ACTION:draft-ernst-monet-requirements-00.txt

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	Title		: Network Mobility Support Requirements
	Author(s)	: T. Ernst, H. Lach
	Filename	: draft-ernst-monet-requirements-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 21-Feb-02
The purpose of traditional mobility support is to provide continuous
Internet connectivity to mobile hosts (host mobility support). In
contrast, network mobility support is concerned with situations where
an entire network changes its point of attachment to the Internet and
thus its reachability in the topology. We shall refer to such a
network as a mobile network (MONET). This document tries to identify
what constraints limit the implementation and the deployment of a
potentially and ideally good solution, and what requirements
solutions must comply to. Our main aim is to raise the discussion on
the mailing list.

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