CPE Considerations in IPv6 Deployments
draft-herbst-v6ops-cpeenhancements-00

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Abstract

Smart metering deployments in residential settings introduce the prospects of ad-hoc deployment of internetworked IPv6 customer premise equipment (CPE). WiFi access points, cable boxes and other home devices with internet access could all be internetworked with smart metering devices by customers with no data networking expertise resulting in a complex multi-segment network with differing prefixes, routing support and service discovery needs.

Authors

Tom Herbst (therbst@silverspringnet.com)
Don Sturek (d.sturek@att.net)

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