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Title : Architecture of Mobile SCTP for IP Mobility Support
Author(s) : S. Koh et al.
Filename : draft-sjkoh-sctp-mobility-00.txt
Pages : 14
Date : 2003-5-29
This document discusses the architecture of mobile SCTP (mSCTP) for
IP mobility support. The SCTP is the third transport layer protocol
next to TCP/UDP. It can also be used for IP mobility from the multi-
homing features. The SCTP with the ADDIP extension (or mSCTP) would
provide seamless or soft handover for the mobile host without support
of routers or agents in the networks. For location management, the
mSCTP could be used along with Mobile IP or Session Initiation
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