IPv6 Autoconfig Filtering on Ethernet Switches
draft-nward-ipv6-autoconfig-filtering-ethernet-00

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Abstract

Many ethernet switch vendors provide features for filtering IPv4 address assignment services - i.e. DHCP, Bootp. This document describes what is necessary for a switch to provide the same level of filtering for IPv6, as a standard on which operators can base equipment selection decisions.

Authors

Nathan Ward (nward@braintrust.co.nz)

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