An IPv4–to-IPv6 Threat reviews with Dual Stack
Transition Mechanism Considerations a Transitional
threat model in 4G Wireless networks.
1Teacher Fellow,Dos in CS,University of Mysore,Manasagangothri,Mysore.
2Reader &Chairman,Mangalore University,Mangalagangothri,Mangalore.
3Research Scholar,Dept of CS,Mangalagangothri,Mangalore University,Mangalore.
significant advantages over
IPv4,however it will take a long time to replace IPv4 with
IPv6.The gradual transition from IPv4 to IPv6 requires the
network admin to become aware of the next generation
protocol IPv6 and its associated security risks.Dual Stack is a
type of transition mechanism which plays an important role in
IPv6 and 4G networks.However the presence of IPv6 makes
network susceptible to attack.One of the major problem in the
Dual Stack transition mechanism is Threat
to IPv6 without adequate precautions,an
infrastructure.4G networks threats in IPv6.In this paper we
proposed a transitional threat model to solve all IPv6 threat
issues for dual stack transition in 4G.This paper provides a
condensed review of the transitional threat model consists of
common attacks in IPv6 in 4G networks.Finally guidelines and
recommendations are given to outline key considerations
throughout the deployment process of IPv6 in 4G nets.
Index terms:IPv6,4G,Dual Stack,threats,Network Security etc.
The Internet based on IPv4 has achieved a great tremendous
reputation in the past 20 years.The IPv4 protocol cannot
satisfy all the requirements of the ever expanding Internet
for the existing Internet user’s because of its 32 bits size.We
already know that unallocated IPv4 adresses will deplete
with in 10 years of tenure.IPv6 is an advanced version of