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Segment Routing IPv6 Mobile User Plane Architecture for Distributed Mobility Management
draft-mhkk-dmm-srv6mup-architecture-03

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Satoru Matsushima , Katsuhiro Horiba , Ashiq Khan , Yuya Kawakami , Tetsuya Murakami , Keyur Patel , Miya Kohno , Teppei Kamata , Pablo Camarillo , Daniel Voyer , Shay Zadok , Israel Meilik , Ashutosh Agrawal , Kumaresh Perumal , Jakub Horn
Last updated 2022-09-21 (Latest revision 2022-03-20)
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Abstract

This document defines the Segment Routing IPv6 Mobile User Plane (SRv6 MUP) architecture for Distributed Mobility Management. The requirements for Distributed Mobility Management described in [RFC7333] can be satisfied by routing fashion. Mobile services are deployed over several parts of IP networks. A Segment Routing over IPv6 (SRv6) network can accommodate all, or part of those networks thanks to the large address space of IPv6 and the network programming capability described in [RFC8986]. Segment Routing IPv6 Mobile User Plane Architecture can incorporate existing session based mobile networks. By leveraging SRv6 network programmability, mobile user plane can be integrated into the SRv6 data plane. In that routing paradigm, session information between the entities of the mobile user plane is turned to routing information.

Authors

Satoru Matsushima
Katsuhiro Horiba
Ashiq Khan
Yuya Kawakami
Tetsuya Murakami
Keyur Patel
Miya Kohno
Teppei Kamata
Pablo Camarillo
Daniel Voyer
Shay Zadok
Israel Meilik
Ashutosh Agrawal
Kumaresh Perumal
Jakub Horn

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