The goal of this exercise is to study 6PE (IPv6 Provider Edge) transition mechanism described in draft-ooms-v6ops-bgp-tunnel-00.txt (now published as RFC 4798, since the draft is very old, the solution proposed here are not exactly what have been standardized). This principle is implemented by many major router manufacturers. This proposal combines one IGP, MPLS and BGP to allow an ISP to carry efficiently IPv6 traffic without modifying core routers. Only edge routers have to be modified to understand IPv6 protocol. In the rest of this exercise we will study progressively the Internet Draft and the different elements of this proposal.
Read carefully the subject before answering. The document given in here describes the I2C bus. Question1 (1point) Is this standard issued from an official standardization agency (ISO,ITU,…) or from the scientific/industrial community (IEEE,IETF,…)? Question2 (1point) How many wires are necessary to transport data? What is the purpose of the clock signal? Question3 (1point) With a … Read moreI2C Bus