EMA Enhanced Mobile IPv6/IPv4
draft-oneill-ema-mip-00

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Authors Alan O'Neill  , George Tsirtsis  , Scott Corson 
Last updated 2000-07-18
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-oneill-ema-mip-00.txt

Abstract

It is well recognised by all micro and macro-mobility routing protocols that Mobile IP (MIP) is likely to be used to support inter-domain mobility. It is also widely accepted that Mobile IP could be used as the basis for signalling between the mobile and the micro-mobility domains for simplicity of the mobile terminal and interoperability purposes. The Edge Mobility Architecture (EMA) defines a generic IP hand-over model which operates in conjunction with a Mobility Enhanced Routing (MER) protocol to provide large- scale, intra-domain, IP address mobility. The aim of this document is to describe the minimum MIP signalling requirements for EMA:MER, and to propose additional changes necessary to [MIPv6] and [MIPv4] for them to support EMA:MER. The document deals with mobiles moving inside and between EMA:MER domains as well as coming and going from/to non-EMA:MER domains, demonstrating EMA/MIP interoperability and inter-domain hand-overs. The document also demonstrates the benefits a mobile and an operator will see when a mobile host is within an EMA domain.

Authors

Alan O'Neill (aoneill@bt-sys.bt.co.uk)
George Tsirtsis (george.tsirtsis@bt-sys.bt.co.uk)
Scott Corson (corson@flarion.com)

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