Hi Sara,

> Can someone refer to a  code where a decision is made for the next
> node - ipv4 or ipv6 ?

Take a look at ethernet_register_input_type()
You can also look at the graph (e.g. show vlib graph) to see which node has 
ip4-input / ip6-input as next nodes.

Best regards,

> I understand that in order to keep the instruction cache - ip nodes
> must be separated to ipv4 and ipv6 , correct ?
> Thank you
> -Sara


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