Section B.2. Next Header Field Values (Chapter 2)


B.2. Next Header Field Values (Chapter 2)

Table B-2 lists the possible values for the Next Header field in the IPv6 Header (see the explanation in Chapter 2). You can also find the complete list at http://www.iana.org/assignments/protocol-numbers.

Table B-2. Next Header field values

Decimal

Protocol

Reference

0

IPv6 Hop-by-Hop Option

RFC 1883

1

Internet Control Message

RFC 792

2

Internet Group Management

RFC 1112

3

Gateway-to-Gateway

RFC 823

4

IP in IP (encapsulation)

RFC 2003

5

Stream

RFC 1190, RFC 1819

6

Transmission Control

RFC 793

7

CBT

Ballardie

8

Exterior Gateway Protocol

RFC 888, DLM1

9

Any private interior gateway (used by Cisco for their IGRP)

IANA

10

BBN RCC Monitoring

SGC

11

Network Voice Protocol

RFC 741, SC3

12

PUP

PUP, Xerox

13

ARGUS

RWS4

14

EMCON

BN7

15

XNET, Cross Net Debugger

IEN158, JFH2

16

CHAOS

NC3

17

UDP

RFC 768, JBP

18

Multiplexing (MUX)

IEN90, JBP

19

DCN Measurement Subsystems

DLM1

20

Host Monitoring (HMP)

RFC 869, RH6

21

Packet Radio Measurement (PRM)

ZSU

22

XEROX NS IDP

ETHERNET, XEROX

23

Trunk-1

BWB6

24

Trunk-2

BWB6

25

Leaf-1

BWB6

26

Leaf-2

BWB6

27

Reliable Data Protocol (RDP)

RFC 908, RH6

28

Internet Reliable Transaction (IRTP)

RFC 938, TXM

29

ISO Transport Protocol Class 4

RFC 905, RC77

30

Bulk Data Transfer Protocol

RFC 969, DDC1

31

MFE Network Services Protocol

MFENET, BCH2

32

MERIT Internodal Protocol

HWB

33

Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP)

draft-ietf-dccp-spec-11

34

Third Party Connect Protocol

SAF3

35

Inter-Domain Policy Routing Protocol

MXS1

36

XTP

GXC

37

Datagram Delivery Protocol (DDP)

WXC

38

IDPR Control Message Transport Protocol

MXS1

39

TP++ Transport Protocol

DXF

40

IL Transport Protocol

Presotto

41

IPv6

Deering

42

Source Demand Routing Protocol (SDRP)

DXE1

43

Routing Header for IPv6

Deering

44

Fragment Header for IPv6

Deering

45

Inter-Domain Routing Protocol (IDRP)

Sue Hares

46

Reservation Protocol (RSVP)

Bob Braden

47

General Routing Encapsulation (GRE)

Tony Li

48

Mobile Host Routing Protocol (MHRP)

David Johnson

49

BNA

Gary Salamon

50

Encapsulated Security Payload

RFC 2406

51

Authentication Header

RFC 2402

52

Integrated Net Layer Security TUBA

GLENN

53

IP with Encryption (SWIPE)

JI6

54

NBMA Address Resolution Protocol (NARP)

RFC 1735

55

IP Mobility

Perkins

56

Transport Layer Security Protocol (TLSP)

Oberg

57

SKIP

Markson

58

ICMP for IPv6 (IPv6-ICMP)

RFC 1883

59

No Next Header for IPv6 (IPv6-NoNxt)

RFC 1883

60

Destination Options for IPv6 (IPv6-Opts)

RFC 1883

61

Any host internal protocol

IANA

62

CFTP

CFTP, HCF2

63

Any local network

IANA

64

SATNET and Backroom EXPAK

SHB

65

Kryptolan

PXL1

66

Remote Virtual Disk Protocol (RVD)

MBG

67

Internet Pluribus Packet Core (IPPC)

SHB

68

Any distributed file system

IANA

69

SATNET Monitoring

SHB

70

VISA Protocol

GXT1

71

Internet Packet Core Utility (IPCU)

SHB

72

Computer Protocol Network Executive (CPNX)

DXM2

73

Computer Protocol Heart Beat (CPHB)

DXM2

74

Wang Span Network (WSN)

VXD

75

Packet Video Protocol (PVP)

SC3

76

Backroom SATNET Monitoring

SHB

77

SUN ND PROTOCOL-Temporary

WM3

78

WIDEBAND Monitoring

SHB

79

WIDEBAND EXPAK

SHB

80

ISO Internet Protocol

MTR

81

VMTP

DRC3

82

SECURE-VMTP

DRC3

83

VINES

BXH

84

TTP

JXS

85

NSFNET-IGP

HWB

86

Dissimilar Gateway Protocol (DGP)

DGP, ML109

87

TCF

GAL5

88

EIGRP

CISCO, GXS

89

OSPFIGP

RFC 1583, JTM4

90

Sprite RPC Protocol

SPRITE, BXW

91

Locus Address Resolution Protocol (LARP)

BXH

92

Multicast Transport Protocol (MTP)

SXA

93

AX.25 Frames

BK29

94

IP-within-IP Encapsulation Protocol

JI6

95

Mobile Internetworking Control Protocol (MICP)

JI6

96

Semaphore Communications Sec. Protocol

HXH

97

Ethernet-within-IP Encapsulation

RFC 3378

98

Encapsulation Header

RFC 1241, RXB3

99

Any private encryption scheme

IANA

100

GMTP

RXB5

101

Ipsilon Flow Management Protocol (IFMP)

Hinden

102

PNNI over IP

Callon

103

Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM)

Farinacci

104

ARIS

Feldman

105

SCPS

Durst

106

QNX

Hunter

107

Active Networks

Braden

108

IP Payload Compression Protocol

RFC 2393

109

Sitara Networks Protocol (SNP)

Sridhar

110

Compaq Peer Protocol

Volpe

111

IPX in IP

Lee

112

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)

RFC 3768

113

Reliable Transport Protocol (PGM)

Speakman

114

Any zero-hop protocol

IANA

115

Layer Two Tunneling Protocol

Aboba

116

Data Exchange (DDX)

Worley

117

Interactive Agent Transfer Protocol (IATP)

Murphy

118

Schedule Transfer Protocol (STP)

JMP

119

SpectraLink Radio Protocol (SRP)

Hamilton

120

UTI

Lothberg

121

Simple Message Protocol (SMP)

Ekblad

122

SM

Crowcroft

123

Performance Transparency Protocol (PTP)

Welzl

124

ISIS over IPv4

Przygienda

125

FIRE

Partridge

126

Combat Radio Transport Protocol (CRTP)

Sautter

127

Combat Radio User Datagram (CRUDP)

Sautter

128

SSCOPMCE

Waber

129

IPLT

Hollbach

130

Secure Packet Shield (SPS)

McIntosh

131

Private IP Encapsulation within IP (PIPE)

Petri

132

Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)

Stewart

133

Fibre Channel (FC)

Rajagopal

134

RSVP-E2E-IGNORE

RFC 3175

135

Mobility Header

RFC 3775

136

UDPLite

RFC 3828

137

MPLS-in-IP

RFC 4023

138-252

Unassigned

IANA

253

Use for experimentation and testing

RFC 3692

254

Use for experimentation and testing

RFC 3692

255

Reserved

IANA




IPv6 Essentials
IPv6 Essentials
ISBN: 0596100582
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 156
Authors: Silvia Hagen

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