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I-D ACTION:draft-saifullah-rohc-ip-addr-comp-context-replicat-00.txt

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	Title		: IP Address Compression in Context Replication
	Author(s)	: Y. Saifullah, Z. Liu
	Filename	: draft-saifullah-rohc-ip-addr-comp-context-replicat-00.txt
	Pages		: 8
	Date		: 2003-10-20
The Context Replication (CR) mechanism [3] for Robust Header
Compression (ROHC) uses an existing compression context for creating
a new compression context, thus, saves sending some of the header
information from the compressor to the decompressor during context
initialization.  The current CR mechanism could also save sending an
IP address from the header information.  However, it either sends a
whole IP address or doesn't send an IP address. This Internet Draft
enhances the CR mechanism by providing an option of sending
compressed IP address.

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