[6lowpan] ND-17

Tom <my.mailing.acc@gmail.com> Mon, 16 January 2012 16:27 UTC

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Subject: [6lowpan] ND-17
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Hi All,

Kindly clarify:

1) Section 5.3 demands "In all cases the RS retransmissions are terminated
when a RA is received."
Is this also applicable when a RA is received with router lifetime is set
to zero (e.g a router going down as suggested in rfc4861).

2) TBD4 number (155 XXX) conflicts with the one allocated for RPL.
Is there a other suggested value or one under common agreement outside
ND-17 used for interoperability.

3) Believe there is a typo here? (page 49, section 12)
o TBD3 = 33
o TBD4 = 155 XXX
o TBD3 = 156 XXX -> Believe this is a typo.