Ad-Hoc IP Autoconfiguration Solution Space Analysis
draft-bernardos-autoconf-solution-space-02

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Abstract

This draft aims at analysing the solution space for the ad hoc IP autoconfiguration problem, based on the problem statement draft and the MANET architecture draft. Some evaluation considerations, are also taken into account. This draft classifies, at a generic level, the solution space of the possible approaches that could be followed to solve the IPv6 autoconfiguration for MANETs problem. The various approaches of IPv6 autoconfiguration for MANETs are illustrated, and the benefits and tradeoffs in different aspects of IPv6 autoconfiguration are explored.

Authors

Carlos Bernardos (cjbc@it.uc3m.es)
Maria Calderon (maria@it.uc3m.es)
Hassnaa Moustafa (hassnaa.moustafa@orange-ftgroup.com)

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