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    Wgu Ipv4 Task 1

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    TASK 1: IPv4 Fragmentation: The internet is a collection of many different networks (autonomous systems), each having their own routing and packet processing capabilities. IPv4 is a protocol that allows these different autonomous systems to communicate and provide a mechanism to fragment and reassemble packets if needed. When we connect networks together they might have different maximum packet sizes that can go through the network. Different networks have different maximum packet sizes often known

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    current version of the Internet Protocol IPv4 was first developed in the 1970s, and the main protocol standard RFC 791 that governs IPv4 functionality was published in 1981. With the unprecedented expansion of Internet usage in recent years, especially by population dense countries like India and China, the impending shortage of address space (availability) was recognized by 1992 as a serious limiting factor to the continued usage of the Internet run on IPv4. The Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)

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    Ipv4 Case Study

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    Since we are running out of IPv4 addresses, in the future certain websites will only maintain IPv6 and the Internet becomes a dual IPv4/IPv6 network. This means that in order for a user to connect with your customers, co workers, users and to guarantee that your website remains easy to get to all Internet users, in particular in rising markets; you need to make sure you also have IPv6. And that your network and IT personnel are aware and prepared for the changeover. Time is running out. There

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    ratio of its traffic volume is increasing day by day.” (p.727) The IPv4 address pool officially ran out January 31, 2011. While no one can provide an exact date for when the world will have officially exhausted its IPv4 addresses, it is inevitable, and it is close. (ip4depletion) With the world now migrating from IPv4 to IPv6, now is the best time to begin migrating Sample Company to IPv6. Understanding the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 is important as well as the hardware/software requirements

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    for IPv6 Networks Abstract: IPv6 is designed as a next generation internet protocol. It is considered to replace current in use IPv4 protocol gradually in coming years. IPv6 provides many capabilities and futures over IPv4. Security is a key future supported by IPv6, and is mandatory option in IPv6 networks. Security is not mature in IPv6 as compare to IPv4. With the innovation of new capabilities and application, additional security measure are required for next generation operational network

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    depleting address space provided by IPv4. Global Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) gave out the last block of IPv4 addresses in February 2011, making the need to move to IPv6 urgent. Today the question “why to implement IPv6?” has been reframed to “how to implement IPv6?” (Vaughan-Nichols, 2012). With more and more organizations adopting IPv6 for their network, it has now been realized that IPv6 is not just a solution to the limited address space provided by IPv4 but also a path to innovations

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    Networking

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    IPv4 against IPv6 IPv4 and IPv6, simply, are versions of IP addresses. IP stands for Internet Protocol; an IP address is a numerical label given to each and every device that can communicate in a computer network that uses IP. There are no longer any internet addresses available via IPv4 technology. Its successor is IPv6, a system that will offer both simplicity to address assignments and network security features, as well as significantly more addresses. IPv4 uses 32-bit numbers, whereas IPv6 uses

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    Ip History

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    approximately every 12 months. The current version (IPv4) of Internet Protocol was sufficient for 20 years, but if Internet will continue to grow, pretty soon we will run out of addresses for all connections because IPv4 can handle only 32 bit addresses (which are millions of connections). This is the major drawback of IPv4. The other issues is that IPv4 was not designed to handle real time applications such as video and audio efficiently and IPv4 can create a lot of fragmentation due to the lack of

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    Ipv6 Interface ID

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    identifies an IPv6 interface on a subnet and must be unique within that subnet. An IPv6 address is written such as the Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) notation in IPv4, for example the 1 64 128 Global Routing Prefix Subnet ID Interface ID Figure 2.1.: IPv6 Address Format: the global routing prefix (n bits) identifies a site, the subnet ID (64 - n bits)

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    IPv6 Transition Strategies Security Threats

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    Internet. The Internet based on IPv4 protocol has made countless success in the past 20 years. Yet it has some limitations that were not estimated when it was first created, the IPv4 protocol cannot content the requirements of the Internet expanding. It is reported that all unallocated addresses for IPv4 will be used up within 5 to 6 years. IPv6 protocol suite was presented in IETF (Internet Engineer Task Force) on 1994. This suite is using 128-bit address instead of 32-bit IPv4 address. The United States

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