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Cisco Self-Study: Implementing IPv6 Networks (IPV6) by Régis Desmeules

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link-local address.

A unicast IPv6 address that can be used only on the local link scope. Link-local addresses are based on the IPv6 prefix fe80::/10. Several IPv6 mechanisms, such as prefix advertisement and duplicate address detection, use link-local addresses for their operations.

Mobile IPv6.

An IPv6 version of the Mobile IPv4 protocol designed to allow computers to maintain their IP connectivity with remote nodes while moving from one point of attachment to another. Mobile IPv6 is much more efficient than Mobile IPv4.

multicast.

A source node sends a single packet to multiple destinations (one-to-many). Multicast implies the concept of a group. IPv6 uses multicast addresses in several of its mechanisms on the link-layer scope. Multicast ...

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