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Differences between 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 advantages of IPV6 over IPV4?

>> Mainly, that it has a larger address space. With IPv4, addresses are getting scarce. >> With IPv6, there will not be an address shortage in the foreseeable future. The (MORE)

Why is IPv6 replacing IPv4?

"Because we will lose all IPv4 IP's when they run out." ------------------------------- I'm not sure what the respondent was trying to say here, but it doesn't come across as (MORE)
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What are three features of IPv6?

1) Header is fixed (20 bytes). 2) ICMP6, IP 3) Types of address: i) Unicast ii) Multicast iii) Anycast 4) 128-bit address.
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What are the major components of IPv6?

IPv6 is just an extended version of the IP using 6 bytes instead of  the 4 used since the ARPANET was first defined. It allows a  significant expansion of the number of poss (MORE)