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|Title:||Performance Analysis of AIN-PT, AIN-SLT and SIIT Network-Based Translators|
|Publisher:||Conference: Advances on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing (3PGCIC-2017), Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications T. Springer|
|Abstract:||This paper evaluates and compares the performance of some selected network-based translators (e.g. SIIT, AIN-SLT and AIN-PT). The rationale behind this paper is to investigate the performance of heterogeneous networks (i.e. IPv4/IPv6 networks) when different types of network-based translators are used. The SIIT protocol translates full IP packet headers when connections are initiated from IPv4-only networks to IPv6-only networks and vice-versa. Whereas, the AIN-PT protocol uses tunneling approach to achieve the interoperability between IPv4-only/IPv6-only networks without translating full IP packet headers. Similarly, the AIN-SLT protocol uses the IPv6/IPv4 socket Application Programming Interface (API) translation technique instead of translating the packet headers between two heterogeneous networks. This could be achieved by ending IPv6/IPv4 connection points at the application layer. The experimental results show that the performance analysis of AIN-PT protocol is much better than that of SIIT and AIN-SLT protocols.|
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