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A Survey on Next Generation Internet Protocol: IPv6

Dipti Chauhan and Sanjay Sharma
MCA, Dept., MANIT, Bhopal, India
Abstract—IPv4 is the most dominant addressing protocol used on the Internet and most private networks today. With the advent of wide variety of devices and upcoming technologies, the limited addresses of IPv4 are not able to cope with the current internet. IPv6 was mainly developed to resolve the addressing issues as well the security concerns which are lacked by IPv4. One of the major challenges in the internet is to deploy IPv6. In the transition to IPv6, both IPv6 and IPv4 will co-exist until IPv6 eventually replaces IPv4. In this paper an attempt is being made to enlighten the importance of IPv6 in current scenario and the key reasons to deploy the IPV6, and also discusses the standards and techniques which are required for smooth interoperation between the two protocols.

Index Terms—auto configuration, dual stack, ISATAP, NAT, Teredo, translation, tunneling

Cite: Dipti Chauhan and Sanjay Sharma, "A Survey on Next Generation Internet Protocol: IPv6," International Journal of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 143-146, June 2014. doi: 10.12720/ijeee.2.2.143-146
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