Exceptions to the Standard Subnet Boundary in IPv6 Addressing
draft-farmer-6man-exceptions-64-09

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Abstract

This document clarifies exceptions to the standard subnet boundary in IPv6 addressing. The exceptions include unicast IPv6 addresses with the first three bits 000, manually configured addresses, DHCPv6 assigned addresses, IPv6 on-link determination, and the possibility of an exception specified in separate IPv6 link-type specific documents. Further, operational guidance is provided, and Appendix A discusses the valid options for configuring the parameters of an IPv6 subnet.

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David Farmer (farmer@umn.edu)

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