Host Identity Protocol (HIP) Rendezvous Mechanisms
draft-eggert-hip-rendezvous-01

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Abstract

This document discusses rendezvous mechanisms for the Host Identity Protocol (HIP). Rendezvous mechanisms, such as HIP Rendezvous Servers, improve operation when HIP nodes are multi-homed or mobile. They can also facilitate communication between HIP and non-HIP nodes. Possible rendezvous mechanisms differ in performance, compatibility, and impact on the HIP and Internet architectures.

Authors

Lars Eggert (lars@netapp.com)

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