PPP IPv6 Control Protocol Extensions for Address and Prefix
draft-qin-pppext-ipv6-addr-pref-00

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Liquan Yuan  , Yangchun Li  , Jacni Qin 
Last updated 2010-02-02
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Abstract

The IPv6 Control Protocol (IPv6CP) is a NCP that allows for the negotiation of parameters for an IPv6 interface over PPP. This document defines the IPv6 address and prefix configuration options that can be negotiated through the IPv6CP. The major part of the text in this document is taken from the previous RFCs.

Authors

Liquan Yuan (ylq@zte.com.cn)
Yangchun Li (liyc@gsta.com)
Jacni Qin (jacniq@gmail.com)

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