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Re: comments on draft-daniel-ipv6-ra-mo-flags-00.txt

On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, Syam Madanapalli wrote:
> M/O flags indicate the avaialbility of the respective service, so if
> a router advertises the M/O flags bits ON, I think we should OFF
> them if and only if the same router advertises again to OFF. It is
> administartor problem if one advertises with bits ON, and other
> router with bits OFF.

How do you propose the host keeps track of which router advertised 
which bits?  This kind of tracking is not done at the moment.

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