Evaluasi Kinerja QoS pada jaringan IPv6 menggunakan Metode Tunneling GRE Mikrotik
AbstractAs technology develops, network devices and network infrastructure also develop. Currently, many internet technology and devices still use IPv4, however, although IPv4 is still used, the development and use of technology continues to grow, while IPv4 has a limited number of public IPs, soneeded protocol is a new generation internet to replace protocol the previous version of the(IPv4) or called Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). Some users of the new generation of network devices are already using (IPv6) as the protocol internet. Based on these conditions, an IPv4 to IPv6 transition mechanism is needed. There are 3 types of IPv4 to IPv6 transition mechanisms, namely Dual-Stack, Tunneling, and Translation. In this final project the method used is the transition GRE Tunneling by paying attention to the quality of data traffic or Quality of Service (QoS) based on the TIPHON standard. The observed QoS parameters are Throughput, packet loss, Delay onservices streaming video. Based on the test throughput of three trials, the results of the first two trials were categorized as poor and the third experiment was categorized as poor. Meanwhile, for testing packet loss from three trials, the category was very good and for testing the delay (latency) the category was bad. Keywords: Mikrotik, QoS, GRE Tunneling, Throughput, Packet Loss, Delay.
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