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I-D ACTION:draft-park-dna-ipv6dadopt-requirement-01.txt

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	Title		: IPv6 DAD Optimization Goals and Requirements
	Author(s)	: S. Park, Y. Han, et. al.
	Filename	: draft-park-dna-ipv6dadopt-requirement-01.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 2003-10-14
In order to generate unique address, an IPv6 node has to perform DAD 
procedure when the IPv6 node tries to make its own IPv6 address 
including link-local and global address.  The current procedure for 
detecting duplicate addresses consumes time delays and does not 
consider a node to have a fast handover in mobile environment.  A 
proper support for a node to send or receive packets immediately 
after attaching to a link is undermined by the disruption imposed by 
the current DAD.  Therefore, some considerations are required to be 
suggested for reducing delay due to the detection of IPv6 address 
collision.  This document outlines the goals expected from IPv6 DAD 
Optimization support and defines the requirements that must be met 
by IPv6 DAD Optimization solutions in DNA Working Group.

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