A solicited-node multicast address is formed by prepending the prefix FF02:0:0:0:0:1: FF00::/104 to the last 24 bits of the target address. For example, given the Interface ID derived in Figure 2-15, the solicited-node multicast address is FF02::1:FF0A:2D51. The reason for this is that if a node has autoconfigured more than one interface address, the last 24 bits of all of its addresses should be the same. So the one NS with a so...
Solicited-node Multicast Address
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