This contribution comes from Rahul Ravella.
IPv6 has almost become a requirement for industries as well as end users. With the exhaustion of all the IPv4 addresses and the growth of number of devices the need has finally come. This paper will talk about the advantages of IPv6, its features compared to IPv4, the different headers it has and how they work. The paper will also talk about DHCPv6 as well as IPv6 auto-configuration, their features and how they are configured and work. These features should provide an idea on the advantages of IPv6 and provide an insight to companies and businesses to make the move towards it.
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