Softwire Concentrator Discovery Using DHCP
draft-guo-softwire-sc-discovery-04

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Abstract

Several types of Carrier Grade NATs have been proposed to simplify IPv4/IPv6 transition of the edge network by integrating tunnels and NAT. A very common scenario is that many users set up softwires to a softwire concentrator for public or private access services. In order to establish softwires successfully, a new mechanism is required to enable users in the edge network to discover the information of the concentrator. This document describes how a host or Customer Premises Equipment discovers the remote softwire concentrator or CGN in a hub and spoke network using DHCP. Based on two new Softwire Concentrator Discovery DHCP Options, proposed in the document, a user can obtain the information of the softwire concentrator or CGN and then set up a tunnel to it.

Authors

Dayong Guo (guoseu@huawei.com)
Sheng Jiang (shengjiang@huawei.com)
Brian Carpenter (brian.e.carpenter@gmail.com)

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