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Future Internet Plan Using IPv6 Protoco
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.316-321  
Author(s)
Krishna Kumar Mohbey, Sachin Tiwari
KEYWORDS
Future Internet (FI), FI Entry Point (FI-EP), IPv4, IPv6, Dynamic Caching
ABSTRACT
Internet users are increases day by day then they want to access data more fastly and safely, so that higher capability internet services are very important. Today's internet has the most of limitations which is important to remove. In future internet we used IPv6 protocol instead of IPv4 which have the larger address. It is important because the no. of users and system quantity are larger. In this paper we prepare the scope of future internet which will provide higher data transfer rates and high speed accessing to user. By designing new architecture and using new protocol version we can fastly access live TV and Multimedia data streaming on our computer. We can also enjoy the live video conferences because internet speed will be faster and powerful. Here we also describe the term dynamic caching which is important for accessing same data streaming on multiple places on the same time.
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