The performance of category 5e and category 6 cabling systems is compared for both IPv4 and IPv6 using Gigabit Ethernet LAN. The maximum bandwidth achieved over Gigabit Ethernet was 700Mbps and it was for IPv4 and category 5e cabling. IPv4 and IPv6 resulted in better TCP and UDP throughput on Category 5e than it did with Category 6.
In this paper, the performance of IPv4 and IPv6 are compared using Windows Vista and the TCP throughput results are compared with Windows XP. The results indicated that Windows Vista can provide higher bandwidth than XP for both IPv4 and IPv6. Windows vista performs comparatively better on IPv4 than IPv6.
A small group of people belonging to a certain religion, called Jehovah's witness do not accept blood transfusion or blood products, based on biblical readings. When such group of people are in need of health care, their faith and belief is an obstacle for their proper treatment, and poses legal, ethical and medical challenges for attending health care… (More)
TCP throughput for IPv4 and IPv6 is evaluated for various packet sizes using IEEE 802.11n client-server networks using Windows XP and Vista and Server 2008. Both open systems (no security) and the system with WAP2 security is considered. The range of packet sizes varied from 128 to 1408 bytes. The highest TCP throughput achieved was for IPv4 using Windows… (More)
In this paper, the performance of IPv4 and IPv6 are compared for both Client-Server and Peer-Peer networks. For both networks, IPv4 produced higher bandwidth for TCP protocol. For UDP, IPv4 and IPv6 showed insignificant bandwidth differences except for packet size of 384 bytes where IPv4 had better performance in client-server environment.
The IPv4 and IPv6 performance with UDP (User Datagram Protocol) on two client-server wireless 802.11n LANs implementing Windows Vista-Windows Server 2008 and Windows XP-Windows Server 2008 are compared. The impact of wireless security implementation (WPA2 security against no security) in IEEE 802.11n networks for IPv4 and IPv6 is investigated.