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	Title		: DIAMETER  Application for Mobile-IPv4 and 802.11 
                          Authentication
	Author(s)	: S. Goswami
	Filename	: draft-goswami-aaa-mipv4-wlan-auth-00.txt
	Pages		: 0
	Date		: 2002-9-27
	
This document describes a single way to perform both Mobile-IPv4  
and 802.11  authentication and key exchanges. Diameter Mobile-IPv4
Application can be used to consumate message sequences for both
802.11 and Mobile IPv4. If 802.11 pre-authentication is not done 
then it is possible to replace the currently proposed 802.1x 
Authentication/key-exchange with  Diameter Mobile-IPv4 Application.

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