NETWORK MIGRATION AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF IPv4 AND IPv6

M. Mehran Arshad Khan, Yahya Saeed, Nadim Asif, Tahir Abdullah, Shahbaz Nazeer, Afzaal Hussain

Abstract


To take the place of IPv4 (Internet Protocol Version Four) a new version of the protocol introduced and that is called by Internet Protocol Version Six, it is the next generation designed. The presently important tasks, while taking into consideration performance concerns are migration process to IPv6, choosing most advantageous IPv6 transition mechanisms, interoperation of IPv4 and IPv6 networks. In this Research paper IPv6 characteristics and a tactics will evaluate and performance measurements to simplify migration and Optimization concerns for IPv6 networks.In this Research paper, it will be tried to present a groundwork examination of IPv6 in Network migration and performance analysis as compare to IPv4 in the network environments, in which determine that network migration process is a very essential footstep in shaping how the communication will occur and will support with or detract from the enforcement of IPv6 policies. This research will contain two main parts: a performance comparison of IPV6 and IPv4 in the internet and various types of network topologies, how network migration process can be segregate or the methodology of the network migration will given on the basis of research. After that on the basis of this, a tool can be developing for the network migration process.

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