Innovative and Development Migration between IPv4 and IPv6 Transition Mechanism as Professional Methods and Enhancing Packet LoosingJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2021-06-05
Authors : Raed Al-hamarneh;
Page : 154-161
Keywords : IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Encapsulation DoubleVirtual Tunnel Interface (VTI); Dual Stack;
IPv4 which is the old type of Internet Protocol has a new one named IP Next Generation (IPng) or IPv6 Development by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). This new version is developed specifically to fix some problem like space addressing. The lack of address space, Weak protocol extensibility, security issues and quality services. This paper will focus the reasons why used two versions together for a long time. Therefore, we have to investigate and analysis transition mechanisms that we can use during transition period to achieve a transition with minimum problem. Also defines the basic information about compatibility transition mechanisms between IPv4-IPv6. Dual Stack is one of the IPv4-IPv6 compatible mechanism by execution both IPv4 stack and IPv6 stack in a single station. Second methods 6 to 4 tunneling mechanism allow encrypt IPv6 packets in IPv4 packets to make communications possible. The IPv6 tunnel connection endpoints are terminated via a Virtual Tunnel Interface (VTI) configured in each device. This has been configured using GNS3 Simulator or/and Packet Tracer (Last update) Dual Stack & Tunneling mechanisms were completely implemented to select best one used in network. This research examines transmission latency, throughput and delay from end to end, through empirical observations of both Dual Stack and tunneling mechanisms. The main issues in my paper, how to reduce the packet loose, I suggest new professional method but the packet tracer has limitation, theriacal and logical be accepted, any way my proposal in my new method can solve the big issue in router that can dropped the packet.
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