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Hierarchical Routing over 6LoWPAN (HiLow)
draft-daniel-6lowpan-hilow-hierarchical-routing-01

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Author Soohong Daniel Park
Last updated 2007-06-18 (Latest revision 2005-07-14)
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Abstract

The EUI-64 identifier of a 6LoWPAN device can be used as the interface identifier of the IPv6 address, which can be used for for on-demand multi-hop routing in 6LoWPAN. One of the distinctive feature of 6LoWPAN is the capability of the dynamic assignment of 16- bit short addresses. By utilizing this dynamically assigned short address, a hierarchical routing which is very scalable can be employed. This This document defines a dynamic address assignment scheme and hierarchical routing HiLow) based on the assignment.

Authors

Soohong Daniel Park

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