Re: [dhcwg] discussion about PD-Relay-route

Alexandru Petrescu <alexandru.petrescu@gmail.com> Fri, 27 September 2013 07:16 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dhcwg] discussion about PD-Relay-route
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Le 25/09/2013 21:40, Tomek Mrugalski a écrit :
> On 25.09.2013 13:27, Alexandru Petrescu wrote:
>> I am not sure there exists a term 'DHCPv6 Requestor' as depicted below.
> This term is defined in RFC5007. DHCPv6 Requestor is an entity that
> sends leasequery requests and processes leasequery responses. While
> typically that is a part of relay agent software that recover client
> info after relay reboot, it doesn't have to be. From the protocol
> perspective, a requestor is a separate entity.
>
> There are stand-alone implementations that offer leasequery requestor
> functionality, without being relays.

Thanks for the explanation!

This term Requestor makes sense in that context of requesting a 
leasequery and maybe being on a Relay.

Until now I always talked Requesting Router as being the Client 
requesting a Prefix, and safely different than the Relay.

Alex

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