Neighbor Discovery Information over DHCP
draft-krishnan-dhc-ndc-option-00

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Abstract

Neighbor discovery options, in addition to being used for Neighbor Discovery, are used to convey some forms of network configuration information to the hosts attached to a network. Some centrally managed networks, that do not wish to configure their routers to advertise these pieces of information, might use a DHCP server to configure there parameters. This document defines a generic DHCP option for carrying these parameters.

Authors

Suresh Krishnan (suresh.krishnan@ericsson.com)

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