Applicability Statement of NSIS Protocols in Mobile Environments
draft-manyfolks-signaling-protocol-mobility-01

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Abstract

Mobility of an IP-based node affects routing paths, and as a result, can have a dramatic effect on protocol operation and state management. This draft discusses the effects mobility can cause to the NSIS protocols, and how the protocols operate in different scenarios, and together with mobility management protocols.

Authors

Roland Bless (bless@telematik.informatik.uni-karlsruhe.de)
Sung-Hyuck Lee (starsu.lee@samsung.com)

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