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Re: route-to on IPv6



On Tue, Jun 24, 2003 at 06:45:47PM +0900, KOZUKA Masahiro wrote:
> pass in on fxp1 route-to (fxp0 fe80::1) from 3ffe:****:****:****::/16 to !fe80::/16
The route-to argument is meant to be the address of the next hop (usable
for an arp lookup, for instance). Using a link-local address there has no
defined meaning yet.
We'll have to test whether the suggested patch, using nd6_output(),
keeps the existing semantics (where the argument is a next-hop address)
intact. If it does, I think supporting link-local addresses as arguments
is a good idea.
Daniel