IPv6 well known address for a 6to4 router
draft-durand-ngtrans-6to4-well-known-address-00

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Abstract

A 6to4 [1] domain is derived from a single IPv4 address of a border 6to4 router. Although it is possible to have several 6to4 exit router for outbound traffic, there can only be one 6to4 router for inbound traffic. This router is called the 6to4 designated router.

Authors

Alain Durand (Alain.Durand@sun.com)
George Tsirtsis (george.tsirtsis@bt-sys.bt.co.uk)

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