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I-D ACTION:draft-nikander-multi6-hip-00.txt

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	Title		: draft-nikander-multi6-hip-00
	Author(s)	: P. Nikander
	Filename	: draft-nikander-multi6-hip-00.txt
	Pages		: 28
	Date		: 2004-1-23
The Host Identity Protocol implements the identifier locator
   separation by introduing a new name space and a new layer to the IP
   stack.  The new structure insulates the transport layer protocols
   from the internetworking layer, thereby allowing transport sessions
   to remain unaffected even if the underlying IP addresses change.
   That, in turn, seems to make it easier to solve the so called site
   multi-homing problem than without introducing such an indirection

   This document discusses how the proposed HIP mobility and
   multi-homing solution, described separately, would fit to the IETF
   multi6 working group requirements.

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