MANET Address Configuration using Address Pool
draft-ahn-autoconf-addresspool-01

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Abstract

This document describes an address configuration mechanism based on the concept of address pool allocation in the connected MANET. The Internet gateway acts as a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server and assigns not a single address but a part of its address pool to an address requesting node and, then, the node can assign a part of its own address pool to its neighbor nodes. By doing this, the address allocation procedure can be expedited.

Authors

Sanghyun Ahn (ahn@uos.ac.kr)
Yujin Lim (yujin@suwon.ac.kr)

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