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Last updated: 2017-02-27


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 Journal Publications
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 Conferences, Workshops, Summits
 Other
 Book Chapters
 Standardization
  • 8. RFC 7864: Proxy Mobile IPv6 Extensions to Support Flow Mobility
    CJ. Bernardos, Ed.
    IETF, Proposed Standard, March 2016

  • 7. RFC 7778: Mobile Communication Congestion Exposure Scenario
    D. Kutscher, F. Mir, R. Winter, S. Krishnan, Y. Zhang and CJ. Bernardos
    IETF, Informational, October 2015

  • 6. RFC 7429: Distributed Mobility Management: Current Practices and Gap Analysis
    D. Liu, JC. Zuniga, P. Seite, H. Chan and CJ. Bernardos
    IETF, Informational, January 2015

  • 5. RFC 7333: Requirements for Distributed Mobility Management
    H. Chan (Ed), CJ. Bernardos (listed as contributor)
    IETF, Informational, August 2014

  • 4. RFC 7161: Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6) Multicast Handover Optimization by the Subscription Information Acquisition through the LMA (SIAL)
    LM. Conteras, CJ. Bernardos and I. Soto
    IETF, Experimental, March 2014

  • 3. RFC 7148: Prefix Delegation Support for Proxy Mobile IPv6
    X. Zhou, J. Korhonen, C. Williams, S. Gundavelli and CJ. Bernardos
    IETF, Proposed Standard, March 2014

  • 2. RFC 7028: Multicast Mobility Routing Optimizations for Proxy Mobile IPv6
    JC. Zuniga, LM. Contreras, CJ. Bernardos, S. Jeon and Y. Kim
    IETF, Experimental, September 2013

  • 1. RFC 6276: DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation for Network Mobility (NEMO)
    R. Droms, P. Thubert, F. Dupont, W. Haddad and CJ. Bernardos
    IETF, Proposed Standard, July 2011

  • Note: you can also check my list of I-Ds and published documents on the IETF.
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