The Insight

If your organization offers a public website Or the Internet or Mobile Application can provide faster service by using IPv6 compared to IPv4 in this section, benefit from network-address translation (NAT) to connect to the Internet via IPv4 with your service provider.

Providers lacking public IPv4 that allocate a unique address to all service members are routed through NAT, which is via public IPv4. Traffic running over IPv4, if it runs over one or more NAT, is backhauled to a central connection, or large-scale NAT, where clients connect via TCP / UDP, connection and bandwidth limitations are available.

For NATing, the route of TCP and UDP connections is required, which can cause delays in the delivery of packages.

While IPv6 and cloud-access are associated with data security. On the other hand Both mobile and broadband users now have native IPv6 on their mobile devices. IPv6 packages do not go through a network NAT and connect directly to the Internet.The lack of NAT in IPv6 means that TCP and UDP are validated to not coordinate with IPv4.

Although the IPv6 package is larger And it has a wider range of connections (multiple protocols around it), with hardware-accelerated like IPv4, and for systems that support both IPv4 and IPv6, Happy Eyeballs is an algorithm that determines which protocol is the fastest. And choose to use Which enhances the user experience

Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, and others have released statistics showing that IPv6 was faster than they had expected.

The Asia-Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC) is one of the five Regional Internet Registries or Internet Registrations. It monitors the Round-Trip Time connection of IPv4 and IPv6 packages from around the world, indicating that IPv6 has lower latency than IPv4 in all regions except Asia.

Enables end-users to access the Internet via IPv6 to increase the efficiency of the traffic of customers visiting retail websites. This can be done with corporate users. Connect to the Internet from the corporate network.

Most operating systems already support both IPv4 and IPv6, so if an enterprise network uses an enterprise host to connect to IPv6, end users can connect to the Internet via. dual-protocol Automatically Unfortunately, most organizations still use dual-protocol hosts on IPv4 only

If an organization has enabled IPv6 on a wireless network They will benefit from IPv6.

IPv6 deployment should start with all connected devices. Therefore, organizations should verify device compatibility with IPv6 and have Internet security settings that support IPv6, including firewalls, DNS servers, load balancers, Web application firewalls (WAFs), and cloud security agents.

While perimeter on IPv6-enabled is the next step in the development of IPv6 on core networks and pushes it towards end-users.

Another advantage is Get closer to customers

Able to recognize the customer’s true IP address (real IP), when the customer enters the website, it will log with the IP address which can be verified through against threat-intelligence databases and filtering the identity of the connection. Which can be dangerous

Some websites try to use IP addresses as part of their identity, with username and password linked to the IP address for added security. From people trying to log in using an IP address that has been used before

While the benefits of IPv6 are vast, it can help ensure security without IPv6 NAT can detect which devices a customer is using, where some moderators or administrators consider IPv6 to be more vulnerable.

Security for end-users

User’s real IP disclosure May be viewed as unsafe Even knowing that, for security reasons, IETF data NAT is not an essential security for IPv6. And untrusted incoming connections are blocked, so even if the global IPv6 address is known, we cannot access the system.

IPv6 provides some ways to maintain user privacy by masking the Interface Identifier (IID), which is part of the unique identifier. The organization does not want to disclose personal information. This includes the MAC address information in the IID on the user’s device.

The method varies, for example if the network uses a protocol such as stateless address autoconfiguration (SLAAC) or RDNSS that extends privacy or uses Stable SLAAC.

Additionally, when using DHCPv6 to direct IPv6 to the host, the IID values ​​are randomized, so they are safe for the end-user.