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How Host A learns the IP address of Host B

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Authors Congxiao Bao , Xing Li
Last updated 2009-06-15
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This document describes how host A learns the IP address of host B in BEHAVE's "An IPv6 network to the IPv4 Internet" scenario. In this scenario, an IPv6-only host A must know the IPv6 address representation of host B.


Congxiao Bao
Xing Li

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