Analisis Performansi Transisi IPV6 dengan Metode Ds-lite dan 6rd pada Layanan Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
AbstractThe internet is currently developing very fast, where users are very much, both in terms of internet users in schools, homes, agencies, offices, and also the development of telecommunications devices that are supported by IP (Internet Protocol) into the technology (convergence) in The whole world has an IPv4 address with a 32-bit format that has been used since the beginning, can no longer meet internet needs, after the next 20 years or faster than that. Therefore, IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) was introduced as a solution to add IP addressing approval. IPv6 has a larger address length than IPv4, where the length of an IPv6 address is 128 bits. The current provision, IPv6 transfer supported by specifications that have been established for IPv4 (in the form of RFCs issued by IETF), requires IPv4-usable technology that can be connected with IPv6. Basically, IPv6 is not compatible with IPv4, so a certain connection is needed so that IPv6 can interconnect with IPv4. The relationship of IPv4 transition to IPv6 that will be used in this final project is 6rd and DS-Lite. However, from both methods, which is not yet recognized is optimal. Therefore, it will be tested on the VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service which in this test the parameters to be tested are throughput, delay, packet loss and jitter. Comparison is done by analyzing the performance of QOS (Service Quality) transformation 6 and DS-Lite transitions using the Wireshark application. From the data obtained, on VoIP testing using a softphone, on the UDP protocol, the 6RD tunneling technique has a better QoS value compared to Ds-lite tunneling with a throughput value obtained from 6rd greater than ds-lite, where the throughput of 6rd is equal to 1.064 Mbit / sec and ds-lite of 1.070Mbit / sec. In this test, the average tunneling delay of 6rd obtained when calling is smaller than the Ds-lite delay tunneling average. At 6rd tunneling the average delay is 4.062 ms and for tunneling ds-lite the average delay is 4.506ms. The average value of Ds-lite loss tunneling packet is 0.140% while the average 6rd loss tunneling packet is 0.029%. In the test, the average value of ds-lite jitter tunneling is 18.586ms while the average 6rd jitter tunneling is 18.435ms. Keywords: : IPv6,Tunneling, 6rd, DS-Lite, QOS (Quality Of Service), Wireshark.
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