Studi Analisis Perbandingan 6to4 Dengan 6RD Pada Jaringan IPv6 Politeknik Caltex Riau


  • Muhammad Ikhsan Rivki Azhar Politeknik Caltex Riau


Abstract IPv4 is predicted to run out in 2020, for the completion of IPv4 addresses, IPv6 was developed. The address length on IPv6 is 128 bits, so the number of addresses available is far more than IPv4. However, the implementation of IPv6 can be carried out based on the agreement of APJII (Association of Indonesian Internet Service Providers) because the use of IPv6 provides modification of the entire Internet infrastructure, close collaboration between providers and the government which has contributed to the development of IPv4 and IPv6 flights. Transition transition technology. IPv4 transition technology to IPv6 is divided into three types, namely Dual Stack, Translation, and Tunneling. In this final project the 6to4 tunneling transition method and 6rd tunneling are used. IPv6 transition is needed to connect IPv4 networks with IPv6 during the transition period. In tunneling 6to4 and tunneling, compare the performance of QoS in the TCP and UDP protocols with parameters throughput, delay, jitter and packet loss when the client is browsing, streaming, downloading, uploading and streaming video. In the TCP Protocol, the average tunneling throughput is 6rd at 4.440Mbps and 6to4 tunneling is 2.673Mbps, and the average tunneling delay is 6rd at 2.184ms and 6to4 tunneling at 3.975ms. At the UDP Protocol, the 6th tunneling throughput averages 1.178Mbps and 6to4 tunneling is 1.103Mbps. The 6th tunneling delay is 27.437ms and 6to4 tunneling is 26.675ms. The 6th average jitter tunneling is 14,916 ms and 6to4 tunneling is 14,793ms. The average 6th tunneling packet is 0.427% and 6to4 tunneling is 1.049%.