IPv6 Site Definition
draft-francis-ipngwg-site-def-00

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Abstract

A key concept in IPv6 is that of the site. Unfortunately, there is no rigorous definition of a site. Rather, a site is only loosely and informally defined as 'a region of topology that belongs to a single organization and is located within a single geographic location' [1].

Authors

Paul Francis (francis@works.ingrid.org)

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