Presented herein are techniques to address Personal Area Network (PAN) change failures. The techniques presented herein take advantage of, for example, a DODAG Information Object (DIO) poisoning mechanism, a Destination Advertisement Object (DAO) sequence in DAO/DAO ACK, and/or a NS/NA mechanism to address the issues associated with PAN change failures caused by the use of a compresses PAN identifier (ID) in Upper Layer Application Data (ULAD).
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Xia, Yajun; Wang, Feiliang; Li, Chuanwei; and Ganev, Veselin, "MECHANISMS TO ADDRESS PERSONAL AREA NETWORK (PAN) CHANGE FAILURES", Technical Disclosure Commons, (October 14, 2019)