Local Mobility Agents in IPv6

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Authors Gopal Dommety  , Madhavi Subbarao  , Kent Leung 
Last updated 2001-07-18
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Mobile IPv6 is better integrated into IPv6, thereby obviating the need for Foreign Agents (FA) in IPv6 [5]. In IPv6 most, if not all, ofthe functions of the Mobile IPv4 FA [1] are assumed by other parts of the Mobile IPv6 architecture. Specifically, all routers send Router Advertisements and the Mobile Node (MN) does its own detunneling and Routing Header processing.


Gopal Dommety (gdommety@cisco.com)
Madhavi Subbarao (msubbara@cisco.com)
Kent Leung (kleung@cisco.com)

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