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IPv6 Dial-up on Demand

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Author Christian Huitema
Last updated 2001-11-16
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In an IPv6 home network, there is a possibility that the residential gateway, learns a different IPv6 prefix after each dial-up; attempts to communicate using old address would thus fail. This implies that we should not attempt to trigger dial-up by simply sending the first packet of a connection.


Christian Huitema

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