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I-D ACTION:draft-jeong-hmipv6-dns-optimization-01.txt

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	Title		: The Autoconfiguration of Recursive DNS Server and the 
                          Optimization of DNS Name Resolution in Hierarchical 
                          Mobile IPv6
	Author(s)	: J. Jeong et al.
	Filename	: draft-jeong-hmipv6-dns-optimization-01.txt
	Pages		: 8
	Date		: 2003-6-18
This document provides the mechanism for the autoconfiguration of 
recursive DNS server in mobile node and the optimization of DNS name 
resolution in the hierarchical mobile IPv6 network.  Whenever the 
mobile node moves into a new MAP domain, the region managed by 
another MAP, in the hierarchical mobile IPv6 network, it detects the 
addresses of recursive DNS servers which are placed in the region and 
replaces the old ones with the new ones for DNS name resolution.  
This allows the time for DNS name resolution much reduced by using 
the nearest recursive DNS server which exists in the region.  
Therefore, the mechanism of this document can optimize the DNS name 

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