Internetworking Using IPv 6 Technology Inside and Outside the Home

  • Venkat R Gokulrangan
  • Published 2002


The lack of sufficient globally routable Internet Protocol (IP) addresses to be assigned to subscribers has led service providers to deploy techniques such as Network Address Translation (NAT). However, NAT breaks endto-end connectivity in several applications resulting in a poor end-user experience. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the next-generation… (More)

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