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RE: New Version Notification for draft-koodli-ipv6-in-mobile-networks-02
Hi Rajeev, all,
I'm worried about the on-demand DHCP based address allocation descriptions herein.
Majority of 3GPP devices do not implement DHCP at all today for 3GPP access, because it is optional and gives very little when compared to mandatory PPP-like address allocation during bearer establishment procedures.
Introduction of DHCP for significant host population (to get statistical savings) just for the deferred IPv4 address allocation feature does not sound right thing to do for me.
We should be adding IPv6 features to hosts, not IPv4 features.
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> Subject: FW: New Version Notification for draft-koodli-ipv6-in-mobile-
> Hello folks,
> I was asked at the Anaheim meeting to clarify the intended audience for
> ID, which I have done in the Introduction; this document can be a
> reference for service providers and network designers.
> This ID does not propose any new protocols or suggest any new protocol
> I also got a good review from Mohamed Boucadier (thanks!) which I have
> It seemed there was good interest that this ID is useful.
> So, Chairs: how do we proceed?
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> A new version of I-D, draft-koodli-ipv6-in-mobile-networks-02.txt has
> successfully submitted by Rajeev Koodli and posted to the IETF
> Filename: draft-koodli-ipv6-in-mobile-networks
> Revision: 02
> Title: Mobile Networks Considerations for IPv6 Deployment
> Creation_date: 2010-04-14
> WG ID: Independent Submission
> Number_of_pages: 15
> Mobile Internet access from smartphones and other mobile devices is
> accelerating the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses. IPv6 is widely seen
> as crucial for the continued operation and growth of the Internet,
> and in particular, it is critical in mobile networks. This document
> discusses the issues that arise when deploying IPv6 in mobile
> networks. Hence, this document can be a useful reference for service
> providers and network designers.
> The IETF Secretariat.
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