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I-D ACTION:draft-tsenevir-wvpn-00.txt

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	Title		: Architecture and Framework for Wireless Virtual 
                          Private Networks (VPN)
	Author(s)	: T. Senevirathne, W. Augustyn
	Filename	: draft-tsenevir-wvpn-00.txt
	Pages		: 8
	Date		: 24-Jun-02
In this document we present Architecture and Framework for Wireless
VPN services. The wireless VPN services discussed here focus on
mobility users of GSM and 3G services. This document does not
discuss Wireless LAN services provided by 802.11 standard.
In this document wireless VPN services are presented as a VPN
service with special requirements, underlying physical layer
characteristics are considered out of scope.
The purpose of the document is to initiate the discussion on WVPN
with the possibility of expanding the PPVN charter to include WVPN.

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