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Title : The IPv6 Payload Header
Author(s) : F. Dupont
Filename : draft-dupont-ipv6-payload-01.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 05-Mar-02
This draft describes a method by which many IPv6 payload data
bodies may be encapsulated in a single IPv6 datagram using a new
non-terminal header will contain both a payload and necessary
fields (like a ``next header'' field) allowing header chaining.
This document specifies how two packets can be merged into a single
one and the reverse one-step operation. But the main purpose is to
provide a basis to discussions about the pros and cons of such a
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