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I-D ACTION:draft-park-ipv6-extensions-dns-pnp-00.txt



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	Title		: IPv6 Extensions for DNS Plug and Play
	Author(s)	: S. Park, S. Madanapalli
	Filename	: draft-park-ipv6-extensions-dns-pnp-00.txt
	Pages		: 30
	Date		: 2003-4-21
	
This document proposes automatic configuration of domain name (FQDN)
for IPv6 nodes using Domain Name Auto-Configuration (called 6DNAC) as
a part of IPv6 plug and play feature. 6DNAC allows the automatic
registration of domain name and corresponding IPv6 Addresses with
the DNS server. In order to provide 6DNAC function, Neighbor Discovery
Protocol [2461] will be used. Moreover, 6DNAC does not require any
changes to the existing DNS system.

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