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Title: Proposed Migration Approach to implement IPv6 Network over IPv4
Authors: AWAN, JAWAD HUSSAIN
HUSSAIN SHAH1, RAZA
JURIAL SANGI, MUHAMMAD
KHAN, RAHAT ALI
Keywords: IPv4
IPv6
Cisco
Dual Stack
Tunneling
Networking
PASTIC
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2018
Publisher: PASTIC
Abstract: Modern field of edge computing is playing vital role in the development of services of cloud and distributed computing. Therefore, fast and reliable access is necessary for such systems, services and tools. The current study aims to implement Internet Protocol version6 (IPv6) network. It is observed that during upgrading or transforming a network from Internet Protocol version4 (IPv4) to IPv6, the proposed network becomes hybrid due to deployment of IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Further, this research supports and enhances the network compatibility between IPv4 to IPv6. Dual Stack and Tunneling mechanisms are also discussed in this study. Though, Dual stack is one of the most successful mechanism, which works in both networks either it is IPV4 or IPV6 and defines a compatible platform and mechanism to run them in a single mode. It is observed that Tunneling is a reliable and protected mechanism in comparison with different transition methods. Although, it is not appropriate for home users but suitable for Data centres. Moreover, the pools of IPv6 addresses are successfully being deployed at five departments in Campus Area Network (CAN). The author has also discussed a design and specification model, which includes the mechanism of transformation of IPv4 to IPv6 and IPv6 addressing schemes. This paper proposed Dual Stacking Transition Mechanism (DSTM) and 6 to4 Tunneling transition mechanisms for transform of IPv4 to IPv6 transition.
URI: http://173.208.131.244:9060/xmlui/handle/123456789/741
ISSN: 2519-5404
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