IPv4 vs IPv6... Why do we need to transition from the Internet Protocol that's served us so well for all these years? Maybe because we're completely running out of IP addresses!
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Tagged under: Internet Protocol (Invention),IPv6 (Protocol),IPv4 (Internet Protocol),IPv6 Transition Mechanisms,explained
1. end of video (00:05:25)
2. in one sentence explain what IP is? (00:00:36)
3. explain what a packet is? (00:00:52)
4. how may devices can be connected with ipV4? (00:02:03)
5. how many bits in IPv6? (00:02:30)
6. in one sentence explain what NAT is? (00:03:10)
7. one advantage of ipv4 over ipv6? (00:04:24)
8. one issue with ipv6? (00:05:07)
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