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Intra-domain routing (interior routing protocol): Protocols for exchanging routing
information between routers within an autonomous system.
IPS: Internet Protocol Suite is the Aeronautical Telecommunication Network (ATN) based
on commercial internet protocols to make aeronautical communications faster, safer, more
secure, and more affordable.
IPS Air/Ground Router: The IPS Air/Ground Router is a ground IPS router that
interfaces directly with an adjacent airborne host/router over RF media. In other words,
the air/ground router is the first-hop ground router for the airborne host/router.
IPS Boundary Router: The IPS Boundary Router is a ground IPS router that routes IP
packets across two interconnecting administrative domains.
IPS Host: The IPS Host is the originator or terminator of IP packets in the IPS
System. The IPS Hosts do not route IP packets that are not addressed to it.
IPS mobile node: An IPS node that uses the services of one or more mobility service
IPS Router: The IPS Router is the function that forwards Aviation Internet Protocol (IP)
packets in transit from the originating Host to the destination Host through the IPS
System. The IPS Router processes IP packets not explicitly addressed to them to perform
routing and relaying functions.
IPS System: The IPS System is the all-encompassing Aviation Internet that provides data
transport, networking, routing, addressing, naming, mobility, multilink and information
security functions to the aviation services. The IPS System includes the Layer 3 and Layer
4 functions of the ISO/IEC 7498-1 OSI 7-layer Reference Model. The IPS System does
not include the underlying subnetwork functions that provide connectivity or the
Local mobility: Local mobility is network layer mobility within an access network.
Location management: The location management (LM) function is used to keep track of
the movement of a mobile node and to locate the mobile node for data delivery.
Mobility service provider (MSP): A service provider that provides IPv6 mobility service
(e.g. mobility servers, home agents, etc.), within the ATN/IPS. An MSP is an instance of
an administrative domain (AD) which may be an air/ground Access Service Network
(ASN) provider, a Communication Service Network (CSN), an air navigation service
provider (ANSP), an airline, an airport authority, a government organization, etc.
Network-based mobility management: A mobility management (MM) scheme in which
the MM signalling is performed by the network entities on behalf of the mobile node.
Node: A device that implements IPv6.
Router: A router is a node that forwards Internet protocol (IP) packets not explicitly
addressed to itself. A router manages the relaying and routing of data while in transit from
an originating end system to a destination end system.
Through this document, specific conventions are used to clearly identify how an IETF RFC
will apply to the IPS subsystems.
Table 1-1 lists the interpretation of symbols used in the profiles tables to identify
requirements except in Appendix B.
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