Identifying Addresses of IPv6 Tunnel Packets at Tunnel Exit-point
draft-liu-6man-ident-tunnel-packet-addr-00

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Abstract

In the networks where IPv6 tunneling is used, it is not specific about how a tunnel end-node identifies the received tunnel packets by checking the destination and source addresses. when the tunnel end- node is configured with multiple IPv6 addresses or multiple IPv6 tunnel instances, such identification is necessary. This document describes the problem and defines the behavior of IPv6 tunnel end- nodes about identifying tunnel packets.

Authors

Jianping Wu (jianping@cernet.edu.cn)
Cong Liu (gnocuil@gmail.com)
Yong Cui (yong@csnet1.cs.tsinghua.edu.cn)

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