Dual Stack Transition Mechanism (DSTM) Extensions

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (ngtrans WG)
Author Jim Bound 
Last updated 2001-02-22
Stream Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
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The Dual Stack Transition Method (DSTM) is an IPv6 transition mechanism that provides for the assignment of IPv4 Global Addresses using DHCPv6, and a Dynamic Tunneling Interface (DTI) so IPv6 nodes within a predominant IPv6 network can communicate with IPv4 ONLY nodes.


Jim Bound (Jim.Bound@hp.com)

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