Performance of VRRP and HSRP Redundancy Protocols Using IPv6 on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Services


  • Julyannoor Agung Prakasa Politeknik Caltex Riau


Given the work function of the router that works continuously due to the need to exchange data in real time, it is necessary to note the possibility of interference with the router device. Therefore, there is a need for a redundancy protocol that takes over the tasks of the main router when a disturbance occurs. In this final project there will be 3 scenarios. Scenario 1 is testing the VoIP service QoS when the link is normal or before the link fails. Scenario 2 is testing VoIP services when implemented by IPv6 VRRPv3 and HSRP by default. Scenario 3 is testing VoIP QoS services when modified IPv6 VRRPv3 and HSRP are implemented. From the results of measurements and analysis, in scenario 1, it can be concluded that when the link is normal or the link has failed, the VoIP QoS is still fulfilled by Tiphon's standard. In scenario 2 it can be concluded that VRRPv3 network has good performance with a delay value of 21.07ms, packet loss of 5.09%, jitter of 13.92ms, and throughput of 0.0228Mbps compared to IPv6 HSRP with a delay value of 23.37ms packet loss is 14.44%, jitter is 14.47ms and throughput is 0.0216Mbps, this is because VRRPv3 has a default hold time of 3 seconds and HSRP IPv6 has a hold time of 10 seconds so that when the link failure protocol VRRPv3 faster handling network failure. In scenario 3 it can be concluded that when modified IPv6 HSRP has good performance with a delay value of 20.93ms, packet loss is 4.46%, jitter is 13.68ms, and throughput is 0.0229Mbps compared to VRRPv3 with a delay value of 21 , 07ms, packet loss is 5.09%, jitter is 13.92ms, and throughput is 0.0228Mbps, this is because the IPv6 HSRP downtime is faster than VRRPv3. Keywords: VoIP, VRRPv3, HSRP IPv6, Hold Time, QOS (Quality of Service)