NIST IPv6 document

Phil Regnauld regnauld at nsrc.org
Wed Jan 5 11:26:30 CST 2011


Jeff Wheeler (jsw) writes:
> 
> IPv4) 

	[...]

> Not good, but also does not affect any other interfaces on the router.

	You're assuming that all routing devices have per-interface ARP tables. 

> IPv6)
>  Typically, this breaks not just on that interface, but on the entire
> router.  This is much worse than the v4/ARP sitation.

	Inverse assumption here.

	Doesn't change much to the case scenario you've put forward
	as a cause to the problem, but still wanted to point it out.

	Cheers,
	Phil




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