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Re: [rfc2462bis issue 275] DAD text inconsistencies



> > Yes, DIID probably (or something similar). I believe that simplest
> > solution is that a specific ID value can be allowed only for single
> > node on the link. Any use of same ID part with any prefix by another
> > node should be viewed as an address collision.
> 
> I can see where you are coming from: for DAD to safely
> interoperate with DIID it must send even more messages: wouldn't
> it be nice to just send a single NS/NA pair?  After all,
> DIID is already compatible with DIID.

	this i remember very precisely.  we have already discussed DIID/DAD to
	death and picked DAD already.  i don't think it necessary to open the
	topic up again.

itojun

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