Router Advertisement Prefix Option Extension for On-Demand Mobility
draft-feng-dmm-ra-prefixtype-03

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Abstract

Router Advertisement / Router Solicitation is one of the ways for hosts to establish network IPv6 connectivity configuration. This document describes two approches to allowing a router to specify mobility service type availability to mobile hosts. Mobile hosts can then configure their IP address to the preferred type of mobile connectivity. Two possibilities are considered: (i) creating an extension to the router advertisement prefix information option to allow the router to specify mobility connectivity types, and (ii) specifying a new RA options that allows the router to specify the mobility connectivity types.

Authors

Wu-chi Feng (wuchi@pdx.edu)
Danny Moses (danny.moses@intel.com)

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