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Unformatted text preview: SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences “SIMULATION AND EVALUATION OF IPv4 AND IPv6 INTERNET PROTOCOLS” SUBMITTED BY SRI HARSHA NUTUKURTHI (STUDENT ID: 18028918 ) MSc Computer and Network Engineering 2008 - 2010 SUPERVISED BY Dr. Prof. John Holding IPv4 and IPv6 PREFACE This report describes project work carried out in the Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences at Sheffield Hallam University between July 2009 and January 2010. The submission of the report is in accordance with the requirements for the award of the degree of M.Sc in Computer and Network Engineering under the auspices of the University. IPv4 and IPv6 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT It is matter of great honour for me to complete this thesis successfully as a student of MSc in Computer and Network Engineering in the school of engineering, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom. I express the deepest gratitude to the school and to all my teachers for providing me the required resources and support for this dissertation work. I like to acknowledge me debt to my supervisor Dr.Prof. John Holding for his special attention and inspiration to me. I appreciate his patience for extracting my problems and showing the light of solution for those obstacles, I gratefully acknowledge the enthusiasm and encouragement for his advice ,support ,questions, experience that have been most helpful in ensuring the quality of the dissertations contents and presentation. I also like to thank specially Mr. Rob Greaves (lab technician) for providing all sorts of supports towards completion of the dissertations. I express my heartiest apologies to those persons that I have forgotten to mention. Finally, I wish to express the deepest respect to my father Late N. Apparao, my mother N. Padmaja, my brother N. Krishna Chaitanya and my dearest friends back home for their unlimited love, affection, help without which everything would have been impossible. IPv4 and IPv6 ABSTRACT There so many enhancements done during the last decade in the area of network data communications and network related infrastructure in order to make easier future for the information technology. There are millions of communications done worldwide with this global network infrastructure, Internet Protocol (IP) v4 is the standard for the design and interconnection of networks today, however it has limitations that hinder its growth. IPv6 is the solution and it has two-fold advantages – its addresses inherent problems in the earlier version protocol, and it offers new opportunities that can enhance communication experiences of users beyond current scope. The main aim of the project is to Simulate and Evaluate Internet Protocols, IPv4 and IPv6 over a TCP protocol and to compare the network performance metrics like throughput, delay for IPv4 and IPv6.[1] [2] OPNET Modeler 14.5 is the simulation tool used for the comparison of throughput, delay generated for both the protocols IPv4 and IPv6 during the course of simulation. The topology was generated for both the protocols IPv4 and IPv6 during the course of simulation....
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