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From: Priya L (priya_ospfREDIFFMAIL.COM)
Date: Fri Apr 05 2002 - 03:31:38 CST
reading the following in rfc 2740 "when a router builds its
own intra area prefix lsa."
If RTX has one or more virtual links configured through the
area,it includes one of its site-local or global scope IPv6
interface addresses in the LSA (if it hasn't already), setting the
LA-bit in the PrefixOptions field, and setting the PrefixLength to
128 and the Metric to 0. This information will be used later in
the routing calcuation so that the two ends of the virtual link
can discover each other's IPv6 addresses.
does this mean that if there already exists an entry with LA bit
set(which may even be due to an interface with a /128 prefix),
there is no need to add an entry corresponding to any other
virtual links with LA bit set?
this entry should be sufficient to find the other end of
virtual link. correct?
2. Does the neigbor need to be fully adjacent? The rfc says so
only in the case of router lsa building.