Ipv4 and ipv6, computer science, Basic Computer Science

IPv6 documented in 1994

(RFC 1752) is still a collection of Draft and Proposed standards

Several pre-standard implementations exist

IPv6 was intended to be a pragmatic upgrade to IPv4, not a complete re-design

larger addresses (from 32 bits to 128 bits) scope field added "anycast address" is added  

IP datagram header format is simplified

IP Options encoding simplified

Flow labels are added - 24 Bit field used to identify traffic "flows" require special handling

A priority field is added

Authentication provided › 

IPv4 IP Diagram


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