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Accept hain/templin draft as wg item?

Folks - do we have consensus to accept this document as an
IPv6 wg item (see below)?


I-D ACTION:draft-hain-templin-ipv6-limitedrange-01.txt
Thu, 14 Aug 2003 10:27:13 -0400

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	Title		: Addressing Requirements for Local Communications 
                          within Sites
	Author(s)	: T. Hain, F. Templin
	Filename	: draft-hain-templin-ipv6-limitedrange-01.txt
	Pages		: 19
	Date		: 2003-8-14
The IPv6 addressing architecture specifies global and local-use
unicast addressing schemes, but provides no operational guidelines or
requirements for their use. There is a strong requirement for
addressing to support local communications within sites. Of special
interest are 'active sites', e.g., sites that are
intermittently-connected or disconnected from the global Internet,
sites that frequently change provider points of attachment, sites
that temporarily or permanently merge with other sites, multi-homed
sites, etc. This memo will discuss addressing requirements for local
communications within sites.

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