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Re: The state of IPv6 multihoming development
> The host stack would then, underneath TCP or UDP, look
> at these two bits. If the bits indicate a normal IPv6
> address, nothing would happen and the host would work
> just like today. On the other hand, if the bits indicate
> HIP, the host would select an IP address from the addresses
> currently available for the given host, and replace the
> key hash with the address. The recipient would then make
> the reverse, thereby preserving transport layer checksums.
In a scheme like this it sounds like something under the API needs to
do some form of lookup in order to establish the mapping from the host
identity to a set of IP destination addresses.
Any thinking on how this lookup/mapping would occur?
BTW: I'm interested in looking at your HIP paper.