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	Title		: DHCP Option for IPv6 Transitions
	Author(s)	: D. Harrington
	Filename	: draft-harrington-ngtrans-dhcp-option-00.txt
	Pages		: 4
	Date		: 1-Aug-97
This draft introduces a proposed DHCP option which could be helpful
in establishing connectivity between isolated IPv6 hosts and routers
in an IPv4 network.  This work is introduced to the NGTrans Working
Group initially, and will also be reviewed in the DHCP Working

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