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Title : Default Router Preferences and More-Specific Routes
Author(s) : R. Draves
Filename : draft-draves-ipngwg-router-selection-01.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 29-Mar-01
This document describes an optional extension to Neighbor Discovery
Router Advertisement messages for communicating default router
preferences and more-specific routes from routers to hosts. This
improves the ability of hosts to pick an appropriate router,
especially when the host is multi-homed and the routers are on
different links. The preference values and specific routes
advertised to hosts require administrative configuration; they are
not automatically derived from routing tables.
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