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Editorial nits on draft-daley-ipv6-tsllao-00.txt



Section 2.2:
   Some routers may choose to send a multicast response to devices which
   send Router Solicitations without SLLAOs when they do not have an
   existing neighbour cache entry.  If a router does not understand
   Tentative Source Link-Layer Address Options, it MAY send a multicast
   solicitation in preference to sending Neighbour Solicitation packets
s/solicitation/advertisement/

Section 3.2:
   If the advertisement is to be sent to the solicitor's unicast
   address, the node will consult its existing neighbour cache for the
   solicitor's information, and if not present, will undertake neighbour
   discovery.
s/neighbor discovery/address resolution/

Section 3.2:
   Receiving a Tentative Source Link-Layer Address Option, avoids this
   neighbour discovery step, by allowing the host to create or update a
   matching entry, setting it to STALE state if it didn't previously
   exist.
"update a matching entry" can't be correct, since the TSLLAO can't override
an existing entry.

Section 3.5
   Such nodes MAY send a responding NA message as if it did not
   understand the TSLLAO message.
s/TSLLAO message/TSLLAO option/

  Erik


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