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IPng - IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6)

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is also called Internet Protocol next generation (IPng) and it is the newest version of the Internet Protocol (IP) reviewed in the IETF standards committees to replace the current version of Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4).

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What is The Difference Between IPv6 and IPv4?

Confused by phrases like Internet Protocol (IP), IPv6, IPv4 and IPng? Webopedia explains the difference between IPv4 and IPv6, and looks at the topic of migrating to a 128-bit address space.

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IPv4 to IPv6: Security Policies to Consider

How a default enterprise security policy could be adapted for your organization's particular needs.

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Tunnel Broker

In computer networking terminology, a tunnel broker is the phrase used to describe a service that provides a network tunnel. The Tunnel Broker model is based on dedicated servers called Tunnel Brokers that automatically manage tunnel requests coming from users.

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anycast

Communication that takes place over a network between a single sender and the nearest of a group of receivers.

Anycast is used in IPv6 as a method of updating routing tables.

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Berkeley Internet Name Domain

Abbreviated as BIND, Berkeley Internet Name Domain is the most common implementation of the DNS protocol on the Internet. It's freely available under the BSD License.

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ESP

(1) Short for estimated street price, ESP is a manufacturer or developer's estimated price for a product in a specific region or market sector. The estimated street price is not necessarily the same as the end -user's purchase price.

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IP - Internet Protocol

IP specifies the format of packets and the addressing scheme. Most networks combine IP with TCP, which establishes a connection between a destination and a source.

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IP address - Internet Protocol (IP) address

An IP address is an identifier for devices on a TCP/IP network. Networks using TCP/IP route messages based on the IP address of the destination.

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