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What is IPv6?

What we have used up to now(IPv4) has been used up(32 bit). With new devices adding in to the network we need a bigger address space. So IPv6 comes with lot of extended capabi (MORE)

Why was IPv6 developed?

First, IPv4 is limited in the number of addresses. When it was developed, 4 billion addresses seemed more than sufficient, but that was before the days of ubiquitous personal (MORE)

IPv4 and IPv6?

IPv4 1) Header (20-60 bytes). 2) Routed Protocol. 3) Types of address: i) Unicast ii) Multicast iii) Broadcast (limited/Direct) 4) 32-bit address. 5) Address space is 2^32. 6) (MORE)

Why is ipv6 required?

  IPv6 is required because of the fast depletion of IPv4 addresses. IPv6 will enhance security of the TCP/IP stack, but most importantly increase the number of IP addresse (MORE)

What is the ipv4 and ipv6?

IPv4 (Internet Protocol Version 4) 1) Header (20-60 bytes). 2) Routed Protocol. 3) Types of address: i) Unicast ii) Multicast iii) Broadcast (limited/Direct) 4) 32-bit address (MORE)

When will ipv6 be implemented?

it all ready is on most routers and NICs available when it becomes the standard idk but if you open command line and use the ipconfig command you can see if you have and ipv6 (MORE)

What is IPv6 and when will it be used?

(Internet Protocol) IPv6 is the next step from IPv4. Currently we are not using IPv6 for our networks but soon it will implemented into our networks normally. IPv6 uses 128 bi (MORE)
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What does IPV6 stand for?

The acronym IPV6 is short for Internet Protocol Version 6. An intended replacement for the original Internet Protocol Version 3, IPV6 was introduced to consumers and internet (MORE)