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The shortage of IPv4 addresses is a reality and the adoption of IPv6 becomes necessary. IPv6 and IPv4 protocols are incompatible and have different operational issues, which makes the IPv6 implementation relatively difficult for many IPv4 network administrators. In order to help reducing this gap, this article presents a comparison between IPv4 and IPv6 related to a day-by-day campus network administration. It also presents the acquired experiences and lessons learned from a successful IPv6 implementation using the Dual-Stack technique to reduce barriers of the IPv6 adoption for small network campus.
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Barreto, F. (2015). IPv6 Protocol with Dual-Stack Technique in a Small Campus Network. Journal of Communication and Information Systems, 30(1). https://doi.org/10.14209/jcis.2015.3
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