Re: RFC 1812, section 4.2.2.5

Frank Kastenholz <kasten@ftp.com> Fri, 15 September 1995 12:53 UTC

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 > 
 > I'll also point out that interpretation 1 is inconsistent with the
 > design of IPv6.
 > 

router requirements -- 1812 -- explicitly does not apply to ip6 in any
way, shape, or form.


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