Network, Internet, IPv6

Connectivity is the engine of modern society. The evolutionary process experiences an unprecedented thrust, bolstered by the world wide web. As globalization expands horizons, communication brings people closer to people and business. However, just three decades of continuous Internet evolution were enough to exhaust the model launched in 1980. Three decades of excellent service to society that opened the door of the knowledge age to the information-driven generation. It is unthinkable to imagine a world without computer networks and the Internet.

Today the Internet is undergoing a major restructuring. Your primary IPv4 (IP version 4) communication protocol should be replaced by the IPv6 (IP version 6) protocol. As of August 2010, the IPv4 address stock was less than 5% and is expected to be fully depleted on April 2011, as announced by the leading Internet resource management body (IANA / ICANN). Read on http://www.icann.org/en/announcements/factsheet-ipv6-26oct07.pdf

Migrating will bring several advantages to the Internet user, as IPv6 addresses several shortcomings of the current protocol by providing native support for security, mobility and multimedia content. The Internet will gain agility due to new routing methods and the structure of route tables. It is emphasized that IPv4 and IPv6 must share the same medium, but are not interoperable. Transition mechanisms should provide for adequate integration of local and remote network services.

Mundo Afora consultants dominate local area network (LAN), metropolitan network (MAN) and wide area network (WAN) models. They have been working on the IPv6 protocol since 2001. Its methodology addresses the state of the network based on a systemic, comprehensive and consistent view. Structured diagnostics are made and only the necessary changes are promoted for the good performance and functionality guarantee of the existing services.