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Proposal to Implement Internet Protocol Version Four (IPv4)

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IPv4 The purpose of this paper is to present a proposal to implement Internet Protocol version four (IPv4) also known as Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) structure as our primary means of communication within our network infrastructure. We are currently using a legacy mainframe system that limits are current means of network connectivity with other evolving network systems and it is in our best interest that we look into the future as well as keep up with changing times as Information Technicians. I will present a detailed analysis of the TCP/IP brief history, understanding of IPv4 addresses, subnetting, configuration, and the benefits of using the TCP/IP structure. This will greatly increase the overall success rate of our business Analysis Our current network infrastructure is using a legacy mainframe system and our collective knowledge as a staff is limited to this network suite only. This is devastating to the productivity and the overall communication of our organization. It is imperative that we expand our horizons, learn and implement newer technologies. This will collectively increase our knowledge of information technologies as a whole. Also, this will allow us to be competitive with many other organizations using newer computer systems which are currently using the latest version of the Internet protocol. Proposed solution The latest version of the Internet protocol which we should be implemented is IPv4, also known as the TCP/IP structure. The reason why IPv4 is referred to as TCP/IP for the first two main protocols, out of its suite of protocols, which were developed by United States Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, also known as DARPA around the 1970s (Kozierok, 2005). ... ... middle of paper ... ...ge with current technologies. Works Cited Hamarsheh, A., Goossens, M., & Al-Qerem, A. (2012). Assuring Interoperability Between Heterogeneous (IPv4/IPv6) Networks Without using Protocol Translation. IETE Technical Review, 29(2), 114-132. doi:10.4103/0256-4602.95384 ITS405-Module1: IPv4. (2013). Retrieved November 2013, from https://csuglobal.blackboard.com/bbcswebdav/courses/KEY_ITS405/courseModules_winter2013a/ITS405_1/its405_1.html#page-all Kozierok, C. (2005). The TCP/IP Guide - TCP/IP Overview and History. Retrieved November 2013, from http://www.tcpipguide.com/free/t_TCPIPOverviewandHistory.htm Parker, T., & Siyan, K. (2002). TCP/IP Layers and Protocols | Overview of TCP/IP | InformIT. Retrieved November 2013, from http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=28782&seqNum=3 TestOut LabSim. (2013). Retrieved November 2013, from http://labsim.testout.com/

In this essay, the author

  • Explains the purpose of the paper, which is to present a proposal to implement internet protocol version four (ipv4) as our primary means of communication within our network infrastructure.
  • Opines that it is imperative to expand our horizons, learn and implement newer technologies, which will collectively increase our knowledge of information technologies as a whole.
  • Explains that ipv4 is referred to as tcp/ip for the first two main protocols developed by darpa around the 1970s.
  • Explains how to understand an ip address's classes, how many addresses are needed, and its intended use. the table displays the ip default classes with their identified ranges and default subnet mask.
  • Explains that ip classes a through c are typically used for commercial or business use and can support up to an array of number of hosts.
  • Explains how tcp/ip can be configured using dynamic host configuration protocol (dhcp) and automatic private ip addressing.
  • Opines that ipv4 can only boost and make our organization effective within network communication. it makes us competitive with our competitors and other growing industries in our community.
  • Explains hamarsheh, goossens, & al-qerem, assuring interoperability between heterogeneous ipv4/ipv6 networks without using protocol translation.
  • Opines that ipv4 is the widely used ip version of communication amongst systems and the newer technology that is currently out there is something not to worry.
  • Cites kozierok, c., and siyan, k. (2002). tcp/ip layers and protocols | overview | informit.
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