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Analysis Tunneling IPv4 and IPv6 on VoIP Network Muhammad Ismu Haji; Sugeng Purwantoro E.S.G.S; Satria Perdana Arifin
Kinetik: Game Technology, Information System, Computer Network, Computing, Electronics, and Control Vol 3, No 4, November 2018
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

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Using of IP addresses is currently still using IPv4. Meanwhile, the availability of the IPv4 address is gradually diminishes. IPv4 has a limited address capacity. IPv6 was developed with a capacity greater than IPv4. Connect between IPv4 and IPv6 without having to interfere with the existing infrastructure. So, methods like tunneling are needed. Tunneling builds a way that IPv4 and IPv6 can communicate. 6to4 tuning makes IPv6 able to communicate with IPv4 over IPv4 infrastructure. Real time communication is needed by internet users to be able to connect to each other. One of the real time communications is VoIP. To find out the quality of tunneling implemented on a VoIP network, it will analyze QoS such as delay, packet loss, and jitter. Delay obtained is 20,01ms for IPv4, 19,99ms for IPv6 and 20,03ms for 6to4. Packet loss obtained 0,01% for IPv4, IPv6 0,01% and 6to4 0,08%. The obtained jitter is 7,96ms for IPv4, IPv6 7.39ms, and 8,48 for 6to4. The test results show that using IPv6 gets a better QoS value than using IPv4 and 6to4 tunneling. The results using 6to4 tunneling obtained the highest QoS value between IPv4 and IPv6. Implementation using 6to4 tunneling results in high results because, IPv6 packets that are sent are wrapped into the IPv4 form to get through the IPv4 infrastructure.