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ME60 V800R010C10SPC500 Feature Description - WAN Access 01

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RIPng Packet Format

RIPng Packet Format

A RIPng packet is composed of a header and multiple route table entries (RTEs). In a RIPng packet, the maximum number of RTEs is determined by the maximum transmission unit (MTU) of an interface.

Figure 5-1 shows the basic format of a RIPng packet.

Figure 5-1 RIPng packet format

A RIPng packet contains two types of RTEs:

  • Next hop RTE: It defines the IPv6 address of the next hop and is located before a group of IPv6-prefix RTEs that have the same next hop. The Metric field of a next hop RTE is always 0xFF.

  • IPv6-prefix RTE: It describes the destination IPv6 address and the cost in the RIPng routing table and is located after a next hop RTE. A next hop RTE can be followed by multiple different IPv6-prefix RTEs.

Figure 5-2 shows the format of a next hop RTE.

Figure 5-2 Format of the next hop RTE

Figure 5-3 shows the format of an IPv6-prefix RTE.

Figure 5-3 Format of the IPv6-prefix RTE

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