Then, the MR decapsulates
the packet and forwards to the MH.
RP destination then receives encapsulated data packets, decapsulates
them and sends it over the shared tree.
Then the current foreign agent for this mobile node receives the packet and decapsulates
it and then transmits it to the node.
Upon receiving the MAC frames, the UE reassembles and decapsulates
them as RTP packets through RLC/PDCP/IP/UDP layers.
The adversary is also given access to a flexible decapsulation oracle (FDO)  that decapsulates
a given encapsulation created for a receiver by a sender.
When the serving MR of the destination MC receives the packet, it decapsulates and if required forwards the packet to current MR through the forward chain.
On receiving, SSMR1 decapsulates the packet and forwards it to SCMR1 through forward chain.
Then the MR decapsulates and forwards the packets to the current MR of the MC.