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IPv6 routing issues
- Subject: IPv6 routing issues
- From: [email protected] (Ran Atkinson)
- Date: Wed, 9 Oct 1996 13:28:22 PDT
- In-reply-to: [email protected] "Re: IPv6 routing issues" (Oct 9, 4:00pm)
On Oct 9, 4:00pm, [email protected] wrote:
% Well we have a pretty good OSPFv6 spec out there now and I am hoping Rob
% Coltun does an implementation. So I am not concerned if it later has to
% be updated to v3.
I do not understand your comment.
By the way, OSPF for IPv6 == OSPFv3.
% As far as I-IS-IS that is a nice to have but IPv4 and IPv6 routing is a
% bit different than tunneling IP in CLNP or the other way around.
End of excerpt from [email protected]
I did not mention I-ISIS in my note (I was discussing integrated routing for
OSPFv3), though I do find your comments interesting in the context of the
Digital entry on the IPng web site, thinking particularly where it says
"In addition, Digital intends to implement IPv6 in the
Integrated IS-IS routing protocol to allow an integrated approach
to routing of IPv4, IPv6, DECnet and OSI."