Pascal Thubert (pthubert) <pthub...@cisco.com> wrote: > If the 'R' flag is not set, then the Registering Node is expected to be a RPL > router that handles the reachability of the Registered Address by itself. > This document also specifies a keep-alive EDAR message that the RPL Root may > use to maintain an existing state in the 6LBR upon receiving DAO messages. > The EDAR message may only act as a refresher and can only update the Lifetime > and the TID of the state in the 6LBR. A RPL router SHOULD NOT set the 'R' flag.
Can we also say that a 6LR, upon seeing a ND *without* the EARO option, should assume it's like the R flag is set? Or is such a node just non-operable? (Clearly, such a node can't move from DODAG to DODAG...) -- Michael Richardson <mcr+i...@sandelman.ca>, Sandelman Software Works -= IPv6 IoT consulting =-
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