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Process Overhead Associated with IPv4 and IPv6

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This solution explores and explains the requirement for routers to support both IPv4 and IPv6 protocol stacks and explains the various types of connections a dual stack router can support, and why such connections are necessary. Finally, included in this solution is a discussion on the overhead involved in handling dual stacks and how it will increase or lower the protocol processing load that such devices must handle.

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In a large sense the term "Dual Stack" in itself is misleading. Most implementations of IPv6 do not offer two completely distinct TCP/IP stacks, one for IPv4 and one for IPv6, but an hybrid stack in which most of the code is shared between the two protocol suites. However, in order for the ...

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This solution explores and explains the requirement for routers to support both IPv4 and IPv6 protocol stacks and explains the various types of connections a dual stack router can support, and why such connections are necessary. Finally, included in this solution is a discussion on the overhead involved in handling dual stacks and how it will increase or lower the protocol processing load that such devices must handle.

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