Implementation of IPv4 over IPv6 using dual stack transition mechanism (DSTM) on 6iNet

  • Tahir H
  • Taa A
  • Nasir N
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Moving from Internet protocol version four (IPv4) to Internet protocol version six (IPv6) is not straightforward because IPv4 and IPv6 are incompatible protocols. To enable the smooth integration between IPv4 and IPv6, several transition mechanisms have been proposed by IETF IPng Transition Working Group (NGTrans). One of them is dual stack transition mechanism (DSTM). This paper reviews the implementation of DSTM over our IPv6 test-bed (6iNet) in University Utara Malaysia (UUM). This paper also describes our experience of configuring 6iNet. 6iNet is the first IPv6 test-bed in UUM and has become a platform for IPv6 research in UUM

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  • And DSTM
  • Ipv4
  • Ipv6
  • Transition mechanism

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