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From: Yasuhiro Ohara (yasu_at_SFC.WIDE.AD.JP)
Date: Tue Feb 18 2003 - 06:20:54 CST
In RFC 2740 section 2.5 "Use of link-local addresses" I might have
found a typo ...
IPv6 link-local addresses are for use on a single link, for purposes
of neighbor discovery, auto-configuration, etc. IPv6 routers do not
forward IPv6 datagrams having link-local source addresses [Ref15].
Link-local unicast addresses are assigned from the IPv6 address range
Link-local unicast addresses are fe80::/64, aren't they ?
E -> F may be typo, but the prefix length may be a consideration.
# RFC2373 says that bits from 11th to 54th in link-local unicast address
# must be zero.
Sorry if it's already pointed out.