SeaMoby Micro Mobility Problem Statement
draft-ietf-seamoby-mm-problem-01

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (seamoby WG)
Last updated 2001-02-27
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Abstract

Seamless mobility requires preserving the capability, security, and quality of service offered to a mobile node during handoffs. To achieve seamlessness, low (ideally no) latency and low (ideally zero) packet loss handoff protocols are needed. Limiting the effect of handoffs has the potential to improve handoff performance in terms of latency and packet loss. This draft identifies the problem area for seamless mobility and defines the scope of the work for the SeaMoby work group.

Authors

John Loughney (john.loughney@nokia.com)

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