IPv4 and IPv6

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Unformatted text preview: Rout er 1 Source pc Gat eway Rout er 2 Destination pc IPv4 and IPv6 2009 Network Performance Evaluation of Internet Protocols IPv4 and IPv6 on Operating Systems A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the DIT’s Master of Science Degree In Applied Computing for Technologists By Under the esteemed guidance of Mr. Gerard Heapes DUBLIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Faculty of Computing Bolton Street Dublin Ireland September 2009 Continue… Page 1 IPv4 and IPv6 2009 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS With the completion of the thesis, I would like to thank all the people involved in the work. I have immense pleasure in expressing my thanks and deep sense of gratitude to my guide Mr. Gerard Heapes for his everlasting encouragement, valuable guidance and immense co- operation offered in an amiable and pleasant manner throughout my thesis. I thank my Course Director Mr. Barry Duignan for his everlasting support, right from the start of my course in DIT. I would like to thank all the faculty members of Applied Computing for their valuable co- operation and ideas, and college management for providing excellent facilities like lab and library. I thank all those who have directly or indirectly rendered physical assistance, extended moral support and co-operation through useful discussions and valuable comments for the completion of my thesis. Continue… Page 2 IPv4 and IPv6 2009 DECLARATION I certify that this dissertation which I now submit for examination for the award of Master of Science degree, is entirely my own work and has not been taken from the work of others save and to the extent that such work has been cited and acknowledged within the text of my work. The dissertation has not been submitted in whole or in part for an award in any other Institute or University. The institute has permission to keep, to lend or to copy this dissertation in whole or in part, on condition that any such use of the material of the dissertation be duly acknowledged. Signature: Date: Continue… Page 3 IPv4 and IPv6 2009 Table Of Continue… Page 4 IPv4 and IPv6 2009 Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS [1] Abstract [2] Introduction 2.1 Aims 2.2 Objectives [3] Literature Survey 3.1 IPv4 and IPv6 Architecture 3.2 IPv4 and IPv6 Mechanisms 3.3 Existing System [4] Methodologies 4.1 Proposed System 4.2 Testbed configuration 4.3 Measurement Procedures [5] Simulation Environment 5.1 NS-2 Introductions 5.2 X-graph 5.3 NS2 TCL simulation scripts Continue… Page 5 IPv4 and IPv6 2009 5.4 Throughput and Delay simulation Perl scripts [6] Technology Used To setup the Simulation Environment 6.1 Resources needed to Simulation Environment 6.2 Hardware Requirements 6.3 Software Requirements [7] More Security Issues [8] Security Solutions 8.1 IPSec & IPv6 8.2 VPN 8.3 Firewalls 8.4 GSS-API [9] Details of security techniques 9.1 What is cryptography?...
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