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Recommendation Current baseline: –MS should use CCoA. –FA support in PDIF is optional. Recommendation: –MS may use FA CoA or CCoA. –FA support in PDIF is mandatory.
Why Support FA CoA? Advantages: –Same MS behaviors for both WLAN and 1x, since FA CoA is recommended in 1x for IPv4 mobility If FA is not supported in PDIF, MS moving from 1x to WLAN would have different MS behaviors: –Enable D-bit in RRQ –Perform IP-IP encapsulation/decapsulation –Less transport overhead compared to CCoA No IP-IP encapsulation between MS and HA –Support dynamic HA assignment CCoA requires static HA Disadvantage? –After tunnel establishment, FAC authentication triggers PDIF to contact home RADIUS server. RADIUS traversal for FAC authentication only occurs for the initial registration with the PDIF. RADIUS traversal for FAC authentication is not required for re-registration (sec of TIA C) Therefore, it’s a small disadvantage.
How to Support FA CoA? MS establishes end-to-end security with PDIF but is not assigned an IP address from PDIF via IKEv2. –MS indicates that it doesn’t want an IP address by not including the Internal_IPv4_Address attribute in the Configuration Payload (CP) of the IKEv2 message. The absence of the Internal_IPv4_Address attribute triggers PDIF to send unsolicited Agent Advertisements to the MS. –This is similar to the absence of the IP Address Configuration Option (in IPCP), which triggers the PDSN to send Advertisements. MS may send Solicitations if Advertisements are not received. MS performs MIP registration with FA (in PDIF) and HA. –PDIF supports FAC authentication (for initial registration) according to section of IS D.