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The IPtX Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol; DHCPvIPtX-MX

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Author Eugene Terrell
Last updated 2007-09-10
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This document defines the IPtX Specification for the 'Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol'; IPtX / IPtX-MX DHCP (DHCPvIPtX-MX), which provides Backwards Compatibility with the IPv4 Specification without compromise or change to current DHCP Server and Client Configuration and / or Operational Requirements. And more importantly, because the IPtX / IPtX-MX Specification represents a 3 State Binary IP Addressing Specification, there are 2 IP Address Band Specifications; Mobile IP Address Pool and a Stationary IP Address Pool, with a 3 Dimensional Locator, which represents a 3 IP Address Coordinate System that uses an EMERGENCY Broadcast [e911] to establish a Synchronized LINK with 3 different [KNOWN] Router Locations and the MAC Address, to Triangulate the Location of any Node Connected to the Network - [Given that - The 3 IP Address Coordinate System uses the CIDR Network Descriptors, '/0000:00', '+/0000:00', '-/0000:00' to differentiate the IP Address Broadcasting Node's Location to the 3 different [KNOWN] Router Locations, the differentiated IP Addresses however, must use the same IPtX-MX MAC Address to identify the Node's Hardware.]


Eugene Terrell

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