A Study on IPv6 in IPv4 Static Tunneling threat issues in 4G
Networks using OOAD Class and Instance Diagrams.
1Hanumanthappa.J.,2Dr.Manjaiah.D.H, 3Joshi Vinayak.B.
1Teacher Fellow,Dos in Computer Science,University of Mysore,Manasagangothri,Mysore,INDIA.
2Reader and Chairman,Dept of Computer Science,Mangalore University,Mangalagangothri,Mangalore,INDIA.
3Research Scholar,Dept of Computer Science,MangaloreUniversity,Mangalagangothri,Mangalore,INDIA.
Abstract:In this paper we consider the use of recently sanctioned
Networks(DTMIPv6)”.It describes one of our major research
project work sponsored by UGC,New Delhi to study how the
IPv6 in IPv4 Static tunneling works in 4G networks,how to avoid
the various threat issues by an IPv6 in IPv4 Static tunneling.One
of the terms used to describe 4G networks is MAGIC-Mobile
support,Integrated wireless solution,and Customized personal
approach of 4G mobile
system is projected to solve still-all the
remaining problems of 3G and to provide a wide variety of
new services,from high-quality voice to high-definition video and
to high-data rate wireless channels.
a. Introduction to Tunnels in 4G networks.
Tunnel is a bidirectional point–to-point link between two
network endpoints.The term “tunneling” refers to a means to
encapsulate one version of IP in another so the packets can be
sent over a backbone that does not support the encapsulated IP
version.The various examples of the former include IPX-in-IP
encapsulation,IPv6-in-IPv4 encapsulation,and other
examples of the latter include IPSec and Virtual private
networks.Tunnels are an important part of the IPv4 to
IPv6 transition strategy,a