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Re: Applying the inet6 ND state engine to inet4
On 13/07/2020 11:12, Roy Marples wrote:
NetBSD (or any OS using dhcpcd) does more chatter on ARP due to
Duplicate Address Detection because the standard says 3 probes whereas
IPv6 says 1 probe.
That disparity for IPv4 doesn't seem unreasonable. There are lots of
slightly quirky and basic partial IPv4 implementations on embedded
systems that might be slower to respond to an ARP request. v6 systems
are likely to be a little more powerful and prompt in their responses.
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