IP over Intentionally Partially Partitioned Links
draft-intf-intarea-ippl-00

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Abstract

IP makes certain assumptions about the L2 forwarding behavior of a multi-access IP link. However, there are several forms of intentional partitioning of links ranging from split-horizon to Private VLANs that violate some of those assumptions. This document specifies that link behavior and how IP handles links with those properties.

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Erik Nordmark (nordmark@sonic.net)

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