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Re: on the point of mobility & multihoming
jlnc> So a requirement that a multi6 solution must not break
jlnc> mobility (MIPv6?) would be sufficient?
as for my own perspective, no, this would not be enough.
the infrastructure approach that is the basis for mipv6 has some
serious deployment and use challenges.
more directly, it looks quite reasonable to use a single, rather
small, set of mechanisms and solve substantial portions of both
it is by no means sure that this will actually work. the problem is
that the possibility that it _will_) work is not very much part of the
discussion, yet it should be. the potential benefits of a common
mechanism are too large to ignore.
Dave Crocker <dcrocker-at-brandenburg-dot-com>
Brandenburg InternetWorking <www.brandenburg.com>
Sunnyvale, CA USA <tel:+1.408.246.8253>