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Title : A Framework for Interoperation between NSIS and CTP
Author(s) : R. Soltwisch, et. al.
Filename : draft-soltwisch-nsis-ctp-interop-00.txt
Pages : 21
Date : 2003-10-20
This document presents a framework for interoperation between the
Context Transfer Protocol (CTP) and the Next Steps in Signaling
(NSIS) protocols. The main goals we are trying to achieve are: to
provide a seamless handover, to establish QoS and other states
required by NSIS, to have this process appropriately secured, and to
tradeoff between security, complexity and performance.
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