AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON INTERNET PROTOCOL IPV6 IN NETWORKINGJournal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.6, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2017-08-30
Authors : N. Sekar; N. Shanmuga Priya; SNS Rajalakshmi;
Page : 135-138
Keywords : IPV6; ISP; Transition; Dual stack; Tunnel;
The internet protocol IPv4 has met requires for years, but the number of addresses, while huge is finite. It has several shortcomings which are unavoidable and complicate such exhausted address space, security issues, non-availability of auto-configuration and in some cases present a obstacle to, the advance improvement of the Internet. The resolution to mitigate this problem was the development of the new IPv6 protocol which enlarges the address space from 32-bits to 128-bits. IPv6 assembles a high address space, superior address design and better safety among other profits. IPv6 distribution necessitates deep and careful firm to minimize network disruption and ensure that the profits of IPv6 are accessed. Due to the issues of IPv4, now-a -days IPv6 is extremely popular in associations, corporations and Internet Service Providers (ISP). In this paper, we aim to provide a Literature Survey which describes the various techniques to implement IPv6 transition most optimal method to increase the network performances.
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