Evaluation of Quality in Network and Interoperable Connectivity between IP Networks
International Journal of Current Engineering and Scientific Research (IJCESR), Vol. 3, Issue 9 (2016)
5 Pages Posted: 16 Jan 2017
Date Written: 2016
When any organization wants to implement IPv6 network in their service area, it is not imaginable to implement all of a sudden in an entire area. It necessities slow migration from IPv4 to IPv6 without greatly affecting the Service. The Dual stack deployment using NAT and tunneling concept has been proposed for this migration. While IPv6 deployment from the inside of the network leading to the edges with success, the transition remains an issue today. To fill this gap, we propose a technique to provide the supporting tools and algorithms to enable this transition to become automatic and enable inbuilt security features. Based on a model of an IPv4 network, we design and implement IPv6 network and it provisions autoconfiguration to the host and security is inbuilt with this protocol.
Keywords: IPv4, IPv6, routing, dual stack, network address translation (NAT)
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