WLAN has 2 architecture modes: Ad Hoc, Infrastructure
AD HOC MODE
Ad Hoc mode is a decentralized type of network. Wireless devices communicate with each other directly instead of using an access point. So Ad Hoc mode is peer-to-peer. It doesn't need a complex setup. It is quick and cheap.
All devices in an IPv6 network are required to have a link-local unicast address, starting with FE80::/64. The device can generate the other 64bit half by the EUI-64 method or by generating random value.
But, before a device starts using the self-generating address, it needs to check if the address…
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol version 6 is similar to DHCP in IPv4 and its function is to configure IPv6 clients with the information required by an IPv6 device to operate on an IPv6 local network.
In IPv6 a device can get addressing information in 3 ways: