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Considerations for ID/Location Separation Protocols in IPv6-based Vehicular Networks

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors KJ Sun , Younghan Kim
Last updated 2021-04-18 (Latest revision 2020-10-15)
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ID/Location separation protocols are proposed for scalable routing, enhancing mobility and privacy in IPv6-based vehicular networks. In IPv6-based vehicular networks, ID/Location separation architecture is expected to offer benefits. This document analyzes how ID/Location separation protocols can adjust into IP based vehicular networks and suggests requirements for efficient ID/Location separation in vehicular networks.


KJ Sun
Younghan Kim

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