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Requesting Comments & Suggestions - ID on Prefix Delegation usingICMPv6

Hello All,

We've submitted a draft that describes a mechanism for Prefix Delegation 
using ICMPv6 by satisfying the requirements mentioned in Requirements 
for IPv6 prefix delegation 
(draft-ietf-ipv6-prefix-delegation-requirement-04.txt) ..

Do let us know your comments and suggestions on the draft ..

We would also like to request the Working Group and the Chairs to consider
draft-arunt-prefix-delegation-using-icmpv6-00.txt as a Working Group item.

Arun T
Shankar R

Internet-Drafts@ietf.org wrote:

A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts 

    Title        : IPv6 Prefix Delegation Using ICMPv6
    Author(s)    : S. Raman, A. Thulasi
    Filename    : draft-arunt-prefix-delegation-using-icmpv6-00.txt
    Pages        : 34
    Date        : 2004-4-29
This document describes a Prefix Delegation Mechanism which
  delegates IPv6 prefixes to a subscriber's network (or "site") by an
  Internet Service Provider (ISP). It uses ICMPv6 messages to handle
  Prefix Delegation between the Delegating Router and the Requesting

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