IPv6 Solution for 5G Edge Computing Sticky Service
draft-dunbar-6man-5g-edge-compute-sticky-service-04

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Authors Linda Dunbar  , John Kaippallimalil 
Last updated 2021-10-03 (latest revision 2021-04-01)
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Abstract

This draft describes the IPv6-based solutions that can stick an application flow originated from a mobile device to the same ANYCAST server location when the mobile device moves from one 5G cell site to another. The proposed solution expands the Application-aware ID and Service-Para options specified by [APN6] by including the ANYCAST Sticky Service location information in the IPv6 Hop-by- Hop or Destination Optional Header.

Authors

Linda Dunbar (ldunbar@futurewei.com)
John Kaippallimalil (john.kaippallimalil@futurewei.com)

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