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IPV4Internet Protocol Version 4
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Hurricane Electric operates its own global IPv4 and IPv6 network and is considered the largest IPv6 backbone in the world.
The IPv4, smart cities and Internet of Things (IoT) need more Internet addresses than any time in the past.
This leads to the fact that the current version of IP address (IPv4) space faces difficulties to satisfy the potential market demands.
These results provided the reliability evidence from previous identified components, which were involved in the transition from IPv4 to IPv6.
IPv4 address administration is currently organized as a multi-stakeholder model, and as such, this Note is organized by the views of each major stakeholder in IPv4 technology: the American Registry for Internet Numbers' (ARIN) view, the US Government's view, and the free market view.
Therefore, many studies have been performed to analyze IPv6 network performance, as well as figure out the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 [13-17].
The number of mobile devices connected to the Internet has blossomed, causing the IPv4 address space to reach saturation in some geographies.
It is important to evaluate the operating systems in IPv4 and IPv6 environment in WLAN environment and see how much the operating system performance varies.
The TCP/IP communications protocol, a scarce, critical Internet resource, is transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6.
While blanket migration to IPv6 is not feasible, CIOs can always opt for dual stack wherein IPv4 and IPv6 coexist.
Some of them are interested in comparing the performance over IPv6 and IPv4 by quantifying the differences in terms of various metrics.
IPv4, the first version of the Internet protocol, offers a unique global computer addressing to make sure that two entities can exceptionally identify one another.