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I-D ACTION:draft-lutchann-ipv6-delegate-option-00.txt

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	Title		: IPv6 Router Advertisement Prefix Delegation Option
	Author(s)	: N. Lutchansky
	Filename	: draft-lutchann-ipv6-delegate-option-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 20-Feb-02
This document defines the Prefix Delegation (PD) option used to
delegate IPv6 address space to simple IPv6 sites.  The PD option,
which lists the global prefixes that a site may use to number its
network, is attached to IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Router Advertisement
messages that are sent across a point-to-point link from a provider's
router to a site's border router.  This document defines the
mechanism by which a site router processes the PD option and
configures each of its attached links allowing hosts within the site
to obtain global addresses using address autoconfiguration.

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