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An IPv4–to-IPv6 Threat reviews with Dual Stack Transition Mechanism
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An IPv4–to-IPv6 Threat reviews with Dual Stack Transition Mechanism Considerations a Transitional threat model in 4G Wireless networks

Though the IPv6 offers a large number of advantages over the current IPv4, it will take a long time to replace IPv4 with IPv6. The network administrator must become aware of the IPv6 protocol and the associated risks in terms of the security of the network. The transition mechanism called the Dual Stack plays an important role in the IPv6 and 4G networks. The network is made susceptible to many attacks due to the presence of the IPv6 and this is the major issue of Dual Stack transition mechanism. the network security infrastructure can be easily bypassed by an adversary if the transition to IPv6 is done without taking adequate precautions. But the transition is imminent. In this article, a transitional threat model is proposed to solve all IPv6 threat issues for dual stack transition in 4G. The common attacks in IPv6 in 4G networks are briefly outlined in the article and also how the new transition model can tackle this threat is described.

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http://www.scribddoc/26145568/Cscit-Paper-2
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IPv6 offers significant advantages over the current IPv4, however, it will take a long time to replace IPv4 with IPv6. The gradual transition from IPv4 to IPv6 requires the network administrator to become aware of the next generation IPv6 protocol and its associated security risks. Double Stack is a type of transitional mechanism that plays an important role in IPv6 and 4G networks. However, the presence of IPv6 makes the network susceptible to attack. One of the main problems in the dual-stack transition mechanism is Threat issues.By transition to IPv6 without proper precautions, an adversary can easily bypass infrastructure network security threats.4G network threats in IPv6.
 

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