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Volume & Issue no: Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2014

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Title:
Analysis of Feasibility of OSPS algorithm on IPV6 Network Technology
Author Name:
Sapna Pareek, Vinit Agarwal
Abstract:
The computer, primarily invented for computing and calculating mechanically to minimize the human errors in the calculation and making calculations, fast, accurate and reliable, has been interfaced with other computers giving rise to intra/interconnectivity. Computers entered into documentations with its connection to telecommunications led to transfer of data with accuracy and speed. In World Wide Web era, the computer has been penetrated to masses across the world for information and changed entire scenario and overtaken all the media of communication. Smartphones or computer in hand has further enlarged dimensions of communication technology. A LAN, a WAN or a point-to-point link between two computers are all considered as one network and treated equal. Internet Protocol (IP) is essential for the internet communication, to identify the source of the information. Exponential growth of internet user across the world, has eased the communications be fast and accurate and the same misuser of internet connectivity’s has also grown and internet is being used for large numbers of nefarious activities by mischief-makers. Pinpointing the mischief-makers out of millions of user at any given point of time cannot be possible without use of Internet Protocol address. IP address is instrumental in tracing the device which has been used on the internet for any activities’, which is unlawful and illegal. Keywords: IPv4, IPv6, OSPF, Protocol, Internet.
Cite this article:
Sapna Pareek, Vinit Agarwal , " Analysis of Feasibility of OSPS algorithm on IPV6 Network Technology " , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2014 , pp. 023-028 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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