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	Title		: Arrangement of Hop-by-Hop options
	Author(s)	: S. Krishnan
	Filename	: draft-krishnan-ipv6-hopbyhop-00.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 2004-6-16
	
The Hop-by-Hop option header is a type of IPv6 extension header that
   has been defined in the IPv6 protocol specification.  The contents of
   this header need to be processed by every node along the path of an
   IPv6 datagram.This draft highlights the characteristics of this
   extension header which make it prone to Denial of Service attacks and
   proposes an arrangement of options to minimize such attacks.

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