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I know that Google Chrome came out with the Android under a Unix based system, but did it come out yet for Windows Mobile? I have Windows Mobile 6 on my device.

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NAME
mip6.conf - Mobile IPv6 Streams Module (mip6mod) configuration file SYNOPSIS
(default configuration file) DESCRIPTION
is the configuration file for mip6mod(7), the Mobile IPv6 Streams Module. The Mobile IPv6 administrative tool, mip6admin(1M), reads the Mobile IPv6 configuration file and configures The file contains a number of parameters, all of which have default values. The Mobile IPv6 configuration file does not determine if a system should operate as a Home Agent. See rtradvd(1M) and rtradvd.conf(4) for more information about configuring Home Agents. You can use the Mobile IPv6 configuration tool, mip6config(1M), to create, edit, or verify Mobile IPv6 configuration files. Syntax The basic structure of this configuration file consists of a series of lines, each line providing the value for one configuration parameter in the form of The '#' character comments out the rest of the line. The set of legal choices for parameter_value depends greatly on which parameter-label is being assigned. The restrictions are included in the parameter-label descriptions below. Repeating a parameter-label in the configura- tion file is illegal. Parameter Labels and Values The logging level. Note that also logs messages that are logged at higher levels. For example, for a logging level of also logs messages for levels and log_level must be one of the following (from highest to lowest levels): Catastrophic conditions that should be corrected immediately, for example, exceeding memory space. Error conditions, for example, binding cache full. Warnings, for example, dynamic configuration changes. Informative messages, for example, creation of a binding. Messages that are useful for debugging and troubleshooting purposes, for example, addition of mobility route. The default is The number of mip6mod instances to start for processing messages with Mobility Header. num_instances must be in the range [1..N], where N is the number of processors on the system. The number of processor on the system can be determined by various commands, for example, The default is The maximum number of Home Agent and Correspondent Node binding cache entries can support. max_binding_cache_entries must be an integer in the range [1..100000] and must be greater than or equal to max_home_bindings. The default is or max_home_bindings, whichever is higher. The maximum number of Home Agent binding cache entries can support. max_home_bindings must be an integer in the range [1..100000] and must be less than or equal to max_bind- ing_cache_entries. The default is or max_binding_cache_entries, whichever is lower. The maximum lifetime (in seconds) allocated to binding cache entries. max_binding_lifetime must be an integer in the range [1..262140]. The default is The advice time (in seconds) in the Binding Refresh Advice option. includes the Binding Refresh Advice option in the Binding Acknowledgement message only if is the Home Agent to the Mobile Node. The Binding Refresh Advice option advises the Mobile Node how many seconds prior to the expiration of the current reg- istration that it should re-register. binding_refresh_advice_interval must be an integer in the range [0..262140] and must be less than max_binding_lifetime. The value disables the inclusion of the Binding Refresh Advice option in the Binding Acknowledgement message. The default is The number of seconds prior to the expiration of the binding when sends the Binding Refresh Request message to the Mobile Node. sends the Binding Refresh Request message only if it is a Correspondent Node to the Mobile Node. The Binding Refresh Request message prompts the Mobile Node to re-register as soon as possible. binding_refresh_request_threshold must be an integer in the range [0..420] and must be less than max_bind- ing_lifetime. A value of disables the sending of the Binding Refresh Request message. The default is The number of error messages sent before error message rate is controlled. error_rate_limit_threshold must be an integer in the range [1..32]. The default is The maximum rate at which error messages are sent when error rate is controlled. Use an integer in the range [10..9990]. Note that smaller values are faster rates, and the value will be the shortest duration (in milliseconds) between error messages. max_error_rate must be faster than min_error_limit. The default is however, if min_error_rate is faster than 100, the default is 10 milliseconds faster than min_error_rate. The minimum rate at which error messages are sent when error rate is controlled. Use an integer in the range [20..10000]. Note that smaller values are faster rates, and the value will be the longest duration (in milliseconds) between error messages. min_error_rate must be slower than max_error_rate. The default is however, if max_error_rate is slower than 1000, the default is 10 milliseconds slower than max_error_rate. FILES
default configuration file. Startup configuration file. MUX ID file. SEE ALSO
top(1), mip6admin(1M), mip6config(1M), rtradvd(1M), rtradvd.conf(4), mip6mod(7). IETF Document Mobility Support in IPv6 IETF Document Using IPsec to Protect Mobile IPv6 Signaling between Mobile Nodes and Home Agents mip6.conf(4)

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