Currently I'm doing research about Routing in IPv6. But I don't know much about the difference routing in IPv4 and IPv6 in general not in specific routing protocol. I only know 2 differences of it. First, In IPv6 configuring routing protocol is not on global config like IPv4, but on level interface. Second, In IPv6 router has less overhead in processing packet because the packet in IPv6 has less field header than IPv4. Thanks
P. S. I'm doing dynamic routing not static routing
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