[LAC-TF] Lecturas fin de semana: RFC 8319 , 8278 y Drafts
Azael Fernandez Alcantara
afaza at unam.mx
Fri Feb 23 20:33:41 BRT 2018
Para este fin de semana:
- RFC 8319
"Support for Adjustable Maximum Router Lifetimes per Link"
"The IPv6 Neighbor Discovery protocol specifies the maximum time allowed
between sending unsolicited multicast Router Advertisements (RAs) from a
router interface as well as the maximum router lifetime...
This document specifies updates to the IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol
(RFC 4861) to increase the maximum time allowed between sending
unsolicited multicast RAs from a router interface as well as to increase
the maximum router lifetime. "
Un poco mas antiguo:
- RFC 8278
"Mobile Access Gateway (MAG) Multipath Options"
"This specification defines extensions to the Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6)
protocol that allow a mobile access gateway (MAG) to register more than
one proxy care-of address (pCoA) with the local mobility anchor (LMA) and
to simultaneously establish multiple IP tunnels with the LMA."
An Update to 6LoWPAN ND
" This specification updates RFC 6775 - 6LoWPAN Neighbor Discovery, to
clarify the role of the protocol as a registration technique, simplify the
registration operation in 6LoWPAN routers, as well as to provide
enhancements to the registration capabilities and mobility detection for
different network topologies including the backbone routers performing
proxy Neighbor Discovery in a low power network."
IPv6 ND PIO Flags IANA considerations
"The Prefix Information Option in the IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Router
Advertisement defines an 8-bit flag field with two flags defined and
the remaining 6 bits reserved (Reserved1). RFC 6275 has defined a
new flag from this field without creating a IANA registry or updating
RFC 4861. The purpose of this document is to request that IANA to
create a new registry for the PIO flags to avoid potential conflict
in the use of these flags. This document updates RFC 4861."
Mas antiguo pero no mencionado antes:
Requirements for IPv6 Routers
".... This document provides an overview of the design and architectural
decisions that attend IPv6 deployment, and a set of IPv6 requirements for
routers,switches, and middleboxes deployed in IPv6 networks. The hope of
the editors and contributors is to provide the neccessary background to
guide equipment manufacturers, protocol implemenetors, and network
operators in effective IPv6 deployment."
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