Questions related to IPv6
I am looking for doing multicast IPv6 ping to nodes connected to a border router, the border router is connected in serial to a local host (Ubuntu), so how to do multicast ping from local host to the nodes?
I am interested in pushing ipv6 implementations in SMEs, and reflecting all consequences that has on smooth operations, devops and IT security.
Due to the depletion of the global IPv4 address pool, some new Internet clients will not be able to get IPv4 adresses, but only IPv6 addresses. However the majority of the internet still uses IPv4 addresses. The IPv6 only clients should be able to communicate with the IPv4 only servers. For this problem, the combination of the DNS64 (RFC 6147) and NAT64 (RFC 6146) is a good solution.
We test different free software (also called open source) DNS64 and NAT implementations. As for DNS64, we tested BIND and TOTD.
(For our results, see: Gabor Lencse, Sandor Repas, "Performance Analysis and Comparison of Different DNS64 Implementations for Linux, OpenBSD and FreeBSD," aina, pp.877-884, 2013 IEEE 27th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA), 2013)
Besides these, we know also the PowerDNS and Unbound.
Can someone suggest other free software for DNS64 implementations?
Had anyone tested their performance and/or stability?
As im researching about the comparative study of Ipv4 and Ipv6 i need the important areas on which i study guide map.
.looking forward a positive response
This forum has been created to provide a scientific environment in Researchgate for all of those who are interested in doing research on the context of RPL in Internet of Things (IoT) networks. Through this forum, the members could discuss about their previous RPL related studies and introduce them to others, and also to share their latest discoveries, papers, and probable ideas and more importantly to provide their experience to the newly students who want to spend time on studying the existing challenges in RPL. The students who have decided to work on this topic can join this forum and ask their questions and also to get others' opinion on their current work. There exist different types of challenges for publishing a paper from getting the raw idea, and its implementation via off-the-shelf simulation tools, to submitting the final manuscript. Here in this forum, the members will try to solve these challenges as much as possible and also try to answer the questions and help each other to enhance the observability of the existing studies. Further more, members can inform others about the up coming conferences, events, and journal special issues to further provide a comfort zone for those who are attracted to this field of study.
I hope this forum will make the research on this field more interesting and easily.
- Infrastructure (ex: 6LowPAN, IPv4/IPv6, RPL)
- Identification (ex: EPC, uCode, IPv6, URIs)
- Comms / Transport (ex: Wifi, Bluetooth, LPWAN)
- Discovery (ex: Physical Web, mDNS, DNS-SD)
- Data Protocols (ex: MQTT, CoAP, AMQP, Websocket, Node)
- Device Management (ex: TR-069, OMA-DM)
- Semantic (ex: JSON-LD, Web Thing Model)
- Multi-layer Frameworks (ex: Alljoyn, IoTivity, Weave, Homekit)
IPv6, In security purpose, We change the client MAC address bit value number 7, but is it possible to change the multiple bit value number from client MAC address?
I got limited resources about IPv6 only network & hosts creation and testing over MININET. i want to test routing operation over IPv6 only network with Openflow.
I am trying to find out and propose features that can be used to detect IPv6 attacks.
I have seen a few researchers used IP address as a feature, but I see that it can be a feature because it will cheat the classifiers which will consider that the given IPs in the training dataset are indicators for the attacks or the normal record. on another work. the classifiers will consider that the IPs that appear with attack records in the training dataset as an indicator for any recodes in the testing datasert. therefore if this model is applied online it will consider any record with one of these IPs as an attack and ignore any attack from other IPs
please give me your opinion or any resources that discussed this issue
IPv6 is usually seen as a key enabler technology for the internet of things, since it can easily accommodate the increasing number of smart sensors connecting to the internet. However, the possible security interactions between IPv6 and IoT devices are generally overlooked, as well as the possible inadvertent shift in the paradigm associated with the security of IoT devices.
In RPL (Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks), to maintain a DAG (Directed Acyclic Graphs), each node periodically generates DIO messages triggered by the trickle timer.
If the rank value of a node has changed after recalculation (due to update of ETX after data transmission), does the node issue a DIO message to broadcast the updated rank immediately or waiting for the trickle timer?
RPL protocol is an IPv6 routing protocol for low power and lossy networks which its nodes may suffer from severe unreliability problems mainly because RPL measures the quality of a link only when data traffic is sent through that link.
The question is that: How the quality of a link can be measured before sending data through it in order to prevent to select a sub-optimal path?
Is there any routing protocol measures the quality of a link before sending data through it?
I want to make a file transfer and streaming from a IPv4 node to and IPv6 network??
I want to do a measure of delay and jitter with wireshark...
How can I do this?
I need to do a transition from Ipv4 to Ipv6, i konw how to do it, but also I want to analise/evaluate the network performance, latency, packet loss/loss rate, throughput, CPU Utilization, jitter , TTL, etc.. Anyone know how to do it?? Anyone know a software to do this analyse??
In RPL (Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks) we can use ETX (Expected Transmission Count) as an OF (Objective Function) for rank computation.
Can anyone explain the relation between ETX and Path cost in RPL?
I have tried to do it by disabling accept_ra and autoconf feature. But, it is not working. Is there any way. Actually, I want to assign static link-local IPv6 address. But when I assign it and go for "ifconfig", it displays "TWO" IPv6 addresses. How can I stop that auto-generation of link-local IPv6?
Does anybody have a good opinion to study in ipv6 area in term of security?
I did my reading.. and some says that main the purpose of ipv6 is to extend the use of ip for devices exist nowadays. Not much contribution in security especially in term of intrusion detection system. Anybody can give suggestion is it worthy to explore in this area?
A lot of research is going on in the field of interfacing Internet of Things(IoT) and other small ad-hoc networks such as Wireless Sensor Networks. As far as MANETs are concerned, they are already IPv6 enabled and can be integrated with IoT environment. What will be the research issues in interfacing IoT with MANETs?
I require help for my research work in the telecom / networking domain. My research is on assigning/distribution of address space for devices in the telecom domain...
Based on the difference between IPv4 and IPv6, should a company upgrade its networks to IPv6? Moreover, suppose you have 3 routers in a network design. Would you use static or dynamic routing to connect the routers? I would suppose IPv6 would be the way to go, and with only 3 routers, I am guessing Static would be the best option. However, I could be wrong, and this is why I am asking for some opinions on the matter.