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Uplink access technology indications in Router Advertisements

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Author Suresh Krishnan
Last updated 2016-01-07 (Latest revision 2015-07-06)
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In IPv6 networks Router Advertisements can be used for providing common configuration information to nodes that are attached. There are some scenarios where it is advantageous for routers to provide their uplink access technology information to attached hosts. This document describes a neighbor discovery option that will allow the routers to do so.


Suresh Krishnan

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