DHCPv6 Delegation of Certificates Option

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The Certificate options for DHCP-PD RFC3633 [4] provide a mechanism to deliver, along with the IPv6 prefix, the certificate or the information needed to obtain a certificate entitling the client router to advertise the prefix delegated to it. This information is neccesary if Secure Neighbor Discovery RFC3971 [6] is used by the devices connected to the DHCP-PD client router.


Chip Popoviciu (cpopovic@cisco.com)
Ralph Droms (rdroms@cisco.com)
Eric Levy-Abegnoli (elevyabe@cisco.com)

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