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International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS)

ISSN: 2074-9090 (Print), ISSN: 2074-9104 (Online)

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IJCNIS Vol.12, No.5, Oct. 2020

Analyzing the IPv6 Deployment Process in Palestine

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Author(s)

Yazan W. Abdalaziz, Ala Hamarsheh

Index Terms

IPv6;IPv6 in Palestine;IPv6 Transition Mechanisms;Internet in Palestine;Migrating to IPv6

Abstract

This paper is to examine the IPv6 in Palestine and to examine where are Palestinian companies in the deployment process. Also, to examine if the infrastructure can withstand the transition to IPv6 or not. This study used quantitative research methods and collect the data through a survey from the Internet companies in Palestine as reported anonymously. Due to the lack of research related to the internet in Palestine, we saw that it is necessary to discover the internet companies and how much they achieved of the deployment process. The collected data have been analyzed and described using SPSS. The data analysis showed that one internet company representing 11% of the companies in Palestine did apply the transition process to IPv6, and the percentages have set a positive indicator for the transition process. It turns out that the other companies on their way to start deploying the IPv6.

Cite This Paper

Yazan W. Abdalaziz, Ala Hamarsheh, "Analyzing the IPv6 Deployment Process in Palestine", International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS), Vol.12, No.5, pp.31-45, 2020. DOI: 10.5815/ijcnis.2020.05.03

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