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ITU-T Y.2057

Framework of node identifier and locator separation in IPv6-based next generation networks

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 28
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Recommendation ITU-T Y.2051 defines a new term, "IPv6-based NGN", to support advanced architectural objectives of the next generation network (NGN) by using IPv6 protocols and mechanisms. Recommendation ITU-T Y.2015 describes general requirements for identifier and locator separation (also known as ID/LOC separation) to efficiently support mobility, multihoming and host renumbering in the NGN.

In order to enrich the IPv6-based NGN with the benefits of ID/locator separation, this Recommendation describes a framework of ID/LOC separation in the IPv6-based NGN.

The scope of this Recommendation includes:

- IPv6 addressing schemes for ID/LOC separation

- mapping functions and procedures for ID/LOC separation in IPv6-based NGNs

- considerations of deployment for ID/LOC separation in IPv6-based NGNs.

Document History

ITU-T Y.2057
November 1, 2011
Framework of node identifier and locator separation in IPv6-based next generation networks
Recommendation ITU-T Y.2051 defines a new term, "IPv6-based NGN", to support advanced architectural objectives of the next generation network (NGN) by using IPv6 protocols and mechanisms....

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