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Implementing IPv6

  • ID: 28963
  • Report
  • March 2003
  • 9 pages
  • Faulkner
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The next generation of Internet Protocol standards is IPv6, designed to alleviate the crunch for IP addresses by expanding from 32- to 128-bit IP addresses. IPv6 also provides the capability for multicasting, a important feature of IP-based services. It is well suited for "always-on" environments, wireless data services, and emerging applications such as Internet-enabled personal digital assistants (PDAs), home area networks (HANs), Web-connected automobiles, and integrated telephony services. However, careful planning is required to ensure its successful implementation.
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