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6VPE router exchanges either IPv4 or IPv6 routing information through any of the supported routing protocols, and switches IPv4 and IPv6 traffic using the respective fast switching CEF or distributed CEF path over the native IPv4 and IPv6 VRF interfaces.
6VPE allows ISPs to offer IPv6 within VRFs, and is configured in the vpnv6 address family.
This study had recruited the involvement of two experts in the field of networking to give the rating on the components which have been identified as required in the IPv6 migration process.
3.1 Cohen Kappa Reliability Value for IPv6 Readiness Components
We begin with discussion on packet delay and packet-loss analysis in IPv6 world.
[13] compared IPv6 and IPv4 performance from the perspective of end users and found that it still has headroom to improve IPv6 performance, including increasing its connectivity and reducing its packet-loss rate.
* Security: IPsec is mandatory in IPv6, which makes all nodes in a position to secure their traffic.
* Enhance QoS support: IPv6 includes labelled flows in its specifications.
solutions for easily and automatically managing IPv6 deployments."
We need to create a sustainable framework to enjoy the benefits of IoE, and ignoring IPv6 now may not work well given the fact that we will have to migrate to IPv6 very soon.
It is found that the group users' behavior in IPv6 networks is more stable, which can be utilized for abnormal behavior detection and traffic monitoring.