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AW: Evaluation of Multihoming Solutions
you might also be interested to take a look at the following document:
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Martin Dunmore [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 27. Januar 2005 12:59
> An: email@example.com
> Cc: Graca Carvalho; Edwards, Christopher
> Betreff: Evaluation of Multihoming Solutions
> As part of the 6NET project (http://www.6net.org) we are producing a
> document that is attempting to evaluate the different
> multihoming proposals
> that have surfaced in the last couple of years or so.
> The latest draft is publicly available on the 6NET website...
> http://www.6net.org/publications/other/multihoming.pdf (pdf version)
> http://www.6net.org/publications/other/multihoming.doc (ms
> word version)
> The draft still has a few holes (see email below) but it
> would be beneficial
> to get any feedback from people on the multi6 list.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> Behalf Of Dunmore,
> Sent: 25 January 2005 22:42
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [6net wp4] D4.5.3 draft available
> I've placed the latest draft of D4.5.3 Evaluation of
> Multihoming Solutions
> on the website in WP4/Contributions section.
> It still needs a bit of work and I'm hoping the chaps that
> are savvy with
> multihoming can give me some feedback and/or contribute some
> more text.
> In particular we need to ask...
> Is the structure ok?
> Have I missed any important solutions?
> Some proposals have expired as internet drafts... does that
> mean we should
> leave them out?
> The main section I could do with some help on is the
> conclusions section
> where I'm hoping to evaluate the various proposals based on
> the goals in
> rfc3852 and then suggest some sensible way forward for people
> wishing to do
> multihoing in IPv6. It's a little empty at the moment as I've
> not had time
> to analyse and cross reference everything.
> The few sections with missing text aren't much of a problem
> as I can fill
> them in myself. Although if anyone has text they can offer...
> please feel
> free ;-)
> Other than that it needs general spit and polish and filling in a few
> blanks! Perhaps also some more diagrams.
> Dr Martin Dunmore
> Research Associate
> Computing Department
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