IPoEv6 access introduction


The IPv6 over Ethernet (IPoEv6) access refers to the access mode in which users are connected to the BRAS through the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for IPv6 (DHCPv6) packets, Neighbor Discovery (ND) packets, or IPv6 packets. With this access mode, users can directly access the Internet using Web browsers, without having to install client dial-in software on their PCs.
IPoEv6 access refers to a packet-triggering access mode in which users access the BRAS using DHCPv6, ND, or IPv6 packets.

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