Evaluation of Internet Protocol Addressing and Comparison between Ipv4 & Ipv6- A Study

Mohammad Firoz Alam, Jai Singh, Ravinder Kumar


The TCP/IP protocol suite is so named for two of its most important protocols namely Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP). TCP/IP is an industry standard suite of protocols that is designed for large networks consisting of network segments that are connected by routers. TCP/IP is the protocol that is used on the Internet, which is the collection of thousands of networks worldwide that connect research facilities, universities, libraries, government agencies, and individuals. Present paper provides an introduction to IPv6 by giving the results that can be obtained by deploying the technology. It explains some of the technical features and advantages of IPv6.


Internet protocol version 4 (IPv4); Internet protocol version 6 (IPv6); Network broadcast; Broadcast address; Multicast address Subnet broadcast and Loopback address

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