Performansi Routing Protocol RIPng, OSPFv3 dan EIGRP pada Layanan VoIP IPv6
AbstractThe rapid growth of technology raises a problem in the internet network, known as the limited Internet Protocol (IP) that is currently still being used, known as IPv4. The solution to this limitation was created several decades ago, known as IPv6 which provides more addresses. There are several different routing protocols on IPv6. So that it will affect the services used by users. From these problems, a comparison of several routing protocols, including RIPng, OSPFv3 and EIGRP, will be carried out on real time services, known as VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) on IPv6 networks. This test is measured based on several parameters of Quality of Service (QoS), known as throughput, packet loss and delay, and convergence time to observe the length of time needed for a routing protocol to find the other best path when a topology change occurs. Based on testing, between clients making VoIP service calls using the jitsi software, better throughput results are obtained on OSPFv3 which is 22.04 kbps. The delay results obtained are very good in all three routing protocols with values that are not much different, where the value is at least 20.00 ms in EIGRP. Likewise, the value of packet loss that is best obtained when using EIGRP is 83.21%. While the excellent convergence time is OSPFv3 with a value of 8.40 seconds.
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