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I-D ACTION:draft-tsenevir-ipv6-bgp-tun-00.txt



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	Title		: Identification of IPv6 Routes that need Tunneling - 
                          Use of BGP Extended Community Attribute
	Author(s)	: T. Senevirathne
	Filename	: draft-tsenevir-ipv6-bgp-tun-00.txt
	Pages		: 6
	Date		: 11-Jun-02
	
In this document we provide methods to discover and connect native
IPV6 clouds that are separated by IPV4 Internet. BGP-MP [2] is used
as protocol to discover IPV6 relay routers. BGP-MP(BGP4+) [3] is
used to distribute IPV6 routes. Encapsulation of IPV6 presented in
[4] is used to tunnel IPv6 traffic across IPV4 Internet. The method
presented here is known as 6in4 as opposed to 6to4 [4] or 6over4[5].

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