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I-D ACTION:draft-montavont-mobileip-multihoming-pb-statement-00.txt

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	Title		: Problem Statement for multihomed Mobile Nodes
	Author(s)	: N. Montavont
	Filename	: draft-montavont-mobileip-multihoming-pb-statement-00.txt
	Pages		: 15
	Date		: 2003-10-9
Individual solutions have been proposed to extend Mobile IPv6 in
order to allow mobile nodes to be multihomed, but all issues have not
been addressed by a single document.  In this document, we thus
propose a taxonomy to classify the situations where a mobile node may
be multihomed.  This taxonomy is then used to describe all multihomed
scenarios.  Issues preventing mobile nodes to be multihomed while
operating Mobile IPv6 are highlighted.  This document doesn't aim at
proposing solutions, however, it is expected to raise discussion in
order to make sure forthcoming solutions will address all the issues.

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