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This draft is a work item of the Site Multihoming in IPv6 Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Architectural Approaches to Multi-Homing for IPv6
Author(s) : G. Huston
Filename : draft-ietf-multi6-architecture-02.txt
Pages : 36
Date : 2004-10-25
This memo provides an analysis of the architectural aspects of
multi-homing support for the IPv6 protocol suite. The purpose of
this analysis is to provide a taxonomy for classification of various
proposed approaches to multi-homing. It is also an objective of this
exercise to identify common aspects of this domain of study, and also
to provide a framework that can allow exploration of some of the
further implications of various architectural extensions that are
intended to support multi-homing.
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