Guide for IPv6 Settings
Internet Protocol, briefly called as IP, is employed for internet addressing. So far, several generations of IPs have been operated, one of which being IPv4. Despite its numerous benefits, IPv4 can no longer respond to increasing needs of the huge number of internet users, considering fast-flying development of number of users and problems. Today, the needs for expansion of IP-based services and a new method or technology which is able to support a great number of users and provide them with a high array of IP addresses are more pressing than ever. Accordingly, IPv6 was designed as a response to the new needs of internet users so as to enable provision of different IP services for a great number of users—both quantitatively and geographically. Making use of IPv6, addressing space is multiplied and, thus, an extremely large number of unique IP addresses will be generated. These unique IP addresses will positively improve mechanisms of accessibility and security provisions.