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	Title		: BGP-4 Multiprotocol Next Hop Attribute
	Author(s)	: F. Le Faucheur et al.
	Filename	: draft-lefaucheur-mp-nh-00.txt
	Pages		: 7
	Date		: 2003-6-11
This document specifies a new BGP attribute, called the BGP-4 
Multiprotocol Next Hop (MP_NEXT_HOP), which can optionally be used 
in conjunction with the MP_REACH_NLRI defined in [MP-BGP] (or the 
NLRI field defined in BGP-4) to advertise next hop information 
associated with a different Network Layer protocol to the one 
associated with the NLRI. This is desirable or required in a number 
of environments, but is not currently possible with [MP-BGP]. 
In addition, the MP_NEXT_HOP provides the generic capability to 
advertise information (set of TLVs) associated with the next hop. 
Finally, provision is made for a future potential extension to allow 
advertisement of multiple next hops.

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