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Distributed Mobility Management (Active WG)
Int Area: Suresh Krishnan, Terry Manderson | 2012-Jan-10 —  
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2017-04-12 charter

Distributed Mobility Management (dmm)
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 Charter

 Current Status: Active

 Chairs:
     Dapeng Liu <maxpassion@gmail.com>
     Jouni Korhonen <jouni.nospam@gmail.com>
     Sri Gundavelli <sgundave@cisco.com>

 Internet Area Directors:
     Suresh Krishnan <suresh.krishnan@gmail.com>
     Terry Manderson <terry.manderson@icann.org>

 Internet Area Advisor:
     Suresh Krishnan <suresh.krishnan@gmail.com>

 Mailing Lists:
     General Discussion: dmm@ietf.org
     To Subscribe:       https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/dmm
     Archive:            https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/browse/dmm/

Description of Working Group:

  Mobility management solutions lie at the center of the wireless Internet
  and enable mobile devices to partake in IP networks anytime and
  anywhere. The IETF Distributed Mobility Management (DMM) working group
  (WG) specifies solutions for IP networks so that traffic between mobile
  and correspondent nodes can take an optimal route. DMM solutions aim for
  transparency above the IP layer, including maintenance of active
  transport level sessions when mobile hosts or mobile networks change
  their point of attachment to the Internet.

  Wireless network deployments have traditionally relied on hierarchical
  schemes that often lead to centralized deployment models, where a small
  number of mobility anchors manage both mobility and reachability for a
  mobile node. The DMM WG will consider the latest developments in mobile
  networking research and operational practice (i.e. flattening network
  architectures, the impact of virtualization, new deployment needs as
  wireless access technologies evolve in the coming years) and will
  describe how distributed mobility management addresses the new needs in
  this area better than previously standardized solutions.

  A topic of particular focus will be mobility anchoring in this new
  context, and the DMM working group is chartered to work on
  maintenance-oriented extensions of the Mobile IPv6 protocol family (RFC
  5213, RFC 5844, RFC 5555, RFC 5568, and RFC 6275) as well as new
  approaches which capitalize on other protocols specified by the IETF.
  For example, mobility management in a limited area, such as within an
  autonomous system, is not strictly limited to mentioned IP mobility
  protocols but can be any existing or a new protocol solution enabling
  the movement of a mobile node such as routing protocols. When extending
  protocols that are not based on Mobile IP, DMM solutions will have to be
  reviewed by the corresponding WGs.

  IPv6 is assumed to be present in both the mobile host/router and the
  access networks. DMM solutions are primarily targeted at IPv6
  deployments and are not required to support IPv4, in particular for the
  case where private IPv4 addresses and/or NATs are used. DMM solutions
  must maintain backward compatibility:  If the network or the mobile
  host/router does not support the distributed mobility management
  protocol that should not prevent the mobile host/router gaining basic
  access (i.e., nomadic) to the network.

  Contrary to earlier IP mobility protocols, mobility management signaling
  paths and end-user traffic forwarding paths may differ. Further,
  mobility-related functions may be located in separate network nodes. DMM
  solutions should not distinguish between physical or virtualized
  networking functions. Whenever applicable, clarifications and additional
  features/capabilities for specific networking function deployment
  models, e.g. in virtualized environments, are in-scope and encouraged.
  Solutions may also specify the selection between the care-of addresses
  and home address(es)/prefix(es) for different application use cases.

  The working group will produce one or more documents on the following
  work item topics.

        o Distributed mobility management deployment models and scenarios:
          describe the target high-level network architectures and
          deployment models where distributed mobility management
          protocol solutions would apply.

        o Enhanced mobility anchoring: define protocol solutions for a
          gateway and mobility anchor assignment and mid-session mobility
          anchor switching that go beyond what has been specified, for
          example, in RFC 6097, 6463, and 5142. Traffic steering
          associated with the anchor switch is also in-scope if deemed
          appropriate.

        o Forwarding path and signaling management: the function
          that handles mobility management signaling interacts with the
          DMM network elements for managing the forwarding state
          associated with a mobile node's IP traffic.  These two functions
          may or may not be collocated. Furthermore, the forwarding state
          may also be distributed into multiple network elements instead
          of a single network element (e.g., anchor).  Protocol extensions
          or new protocols will be specified to allow the above mentioned
          forwarding path and signalling management.

        o Exposing mobility state to mobile nodes and network nodes:
          define solutions that allow, for example, mobile nodes to select
          either a care-of address or a home address depending on an
          application' mobility needs. In order to enable this
          functionality, the network-side control functions and other
          networking nodes must also be able to exchange appropriate
          control information, as well as to the mobile nodes and their
          applications.

  The working group may decide to extend the current milestones based on
  the new information and knowledge gained during working on other
  documents listed in the initial milestones. Possible new documents and
  milestones must still fit into the overall DMM charter scope as outlined
  above.

Goals and Milestones:
  Done     - Submit 'Enhanced mobility anchoring' as a working group document.
  Done     - Submit 'Forwarding path and signaling management' as a working group document.
  Done     - Submit 'RFC4283bis on MN-IDs as a working group document'.
  Done     - Submit 'Exposing mobility state to mobile nodes and network nodes' as a working group document(s).
  Nov 2015 - Submit 'Enhanced mobility anchoring' submitted to the IESG.
  Nov 2015 - Submit 'Forwarding path and signaling management' submitted to the IESG.
  Feb 2016 - Submit 'Exposing mobility state to mobile nodes and network nodes' submitted to the IESG.
  Mar 2016 - 'RFC4283bis on MN-IDs as a working group document' submitted to the IESG.
  Nov 2016 - RFC5149bis on Service Selection as a working group document
  Mar 2017 - RFC5149bis submitted to IESG.


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