Behaviour and consequences of DAD

Ole Troan otroan at
Wed Oct 16 21:22:52 CEST 2013


> Specifically, it is my undertanding that when an node has a tentative
> address it wishes to use it sends a neighbour solicitation to the
> solicited-node multicast address which is computed using the last 24 bits
> of that tentative address. If another node is already listening on that
> solicited-node multicast address it will reply and the duplicate detected
> (and avoided).

no, it will only reply if it has that exact address. otherwise it will drop that packet.

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