Evaluating IPv6 in peer-to-peer 802.11n wireless LAN

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Kolahi, Samad
Li, Peng
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2011-08
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Journal Article
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IPv6
WLAN peformance
internet protocol
operating systems
performance analysis
802.11n
Citation
Kolahi, S. S., and Li, P. (2011). Evaluating IPv6 in Peer-to-Peer 802.11n Wireless LANs,. IEEE Internet Computing. 15(4). 70-74. ISSN 1089-7801. IEEE Computer Society, IEEE headquarters, Park Avenue, New York.
Abstract
IPv6 is built into the latest versions of Microsoft Windows and Linux-based operating systems. It's expected to replace the current IPv4 and solve its numerous problems, such as address exhaustion, security, and mobility. However, implementing IPv6 will have drawbacks, such as lower bandwidth, so it's important to determine which modern operating systems will give the best bandwidth performance over IPv6 networks.
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IEEE Computer Society
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10.1109/MIC.2011.89
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IEEE
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