Route Information Options in IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
draft-templin-6man-rio-redirect-06

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Authors Fred Templin  , james woodyatt 
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Abstract

The IPv6 Neighbor Discovery (ND) protocol allows nodes to discover neighbors on the same link. Router Advertisement (RA) messages can also convey routing information by including a non-zero (default) Router Lifetime, and/or Route Information Options (RIOs). This document specifies backward-compatible extensions that permit nodes to include RIOs in other IPv6 ND messages to support the discovery of more-specific routes among neighbors on the link.

Authors

Fred Templin (fltemplin@acm.org)
james woodyatt (jhw@google.com)

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