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(ngtrans) I-D ACTION:draft-shin-ngtrans-dstm-ports-00.txt
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Title : Ports Option Support in DSTM
Author(s) : M. Shin et al.
Filename : draft-shin-ngtrans-dstm-ports-00.txt
Pages : 6
Date : 22-Feb-02
As an extension to the address allocation process for DSTM, this
document defines the ports option for DSTM. A DSTM server may also
provide a range of port numbers to be used by the client. This
would allow the use of the same IPv4 address by several DSTM nodes
at the same time, reducing the size of the required IPv4 address
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