Re: [dna] #17: DHCP and ND probes complete with different results

Bernard Aboba <bernard_aboba@hotmail.com> Wed, 16 September 2009 18:42 UTC

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>     o  If the DHCPv6 exchange was not authenticated and the neighbor
>        discovery exchange was protected by SEND [RFC3971], use the result
>        from the neighbor discovery probe.

What if the RA (protected by SEND) no longer announces a prefix and indicates that DHCPv6 is now used for address assignment.  Should the host not use the address assigned by DHCPv6 and instead use the address formed as the result of a (no longer advertised) prefix?