IPv6 Routing

As with many functions of IPv6, IPv6 routing looks just like IPv4 routing from a general perspective, with the differences being clear only once you look at the specifics. Keeping the discussion general for now, IPv6 uses these ideas the same way as IPv4:


Image To be able to build and send IPv6 packets out an interface, end-user devices need an IPv6 address on that interface.

Image End-user hosts need to know the IPv6 address of a default router, ...

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