By Daniel Minoli
IPv6 (Internet Protocol model 6) is the way forward for net telephony. And this booklet is your consultant to that future.
IPv6 is the alternative for the presently used IPv4 (Internet Protocol model 4). IPv6 will supply elevated IP addresses (full 128-bit addresses, in comparison to the 32-bit addresses of IPv4), improved defense, and larger robustness. it's going to even be absolutely “backwards suitable” with current IPv4 platforms. those services will eventually make web telephony a possible competitor to traditional switched cellphone networks. during this booklet, Dan Minoli in actual fact explains IPv6 and the way cell networks could be equipped on its foundations.
This isn't just one other IPv6 ebook; in its place, it specializes in these points of IPv6 proper to net telephony structures and voice networks. Minoli makes use of a compare/contrast strategy, exploring the place IPv6 is identical to IPv4 and the place it differs, to allow you to fast snatch the essence of IPv6 and the similarities (and transformations) among present IPv4-based platforms and IPv6-based structures.
If you'll be designing, enforcing, or keeping the following new release of net telephony structures, then you definately want the knowledge during this book!
*Explains the fundamental thoughts of IPv6 and the way they relate to net telephony
*Describes how web telephony platforms utilizing IPv6 are varied from, and higher than, web telephony platforms according to the older IPv4 standard
*Discusses easy methods to transition present IPv4 web telephony platforms and traditional switched platforms to IPv6-based systems
*Extensive remedy of protection matters, together with IP layer encryption and authentication methods
*Explains connection recommendations, together with “plug and play” methods, for apparatus utilized in IPv6 systems
* the 1st identify describing how the following iteration net protocol—IPv6—can be used for web telephony
* Explains IPv6 because it applies to net telephony (VoIP)
* exhibits how IPv6 supplies higher safeguard, QoS, and sign integrity in net telephony