Improved IPTV Services in IPv4 and IPv6 Environments Based on Wireless Networks
Imlitoshi Jamir1, Leo Satminlien Singsit2
1Imlitoshi Jamir is a student of Lovely professional University pursuing M. Tech (CSE). He has received B.Tech (IT) from Nagaland University in 2011. His research area is computer networks.
2Leo Satminlien Singsit is a student of Lovely professional University pursuing M. Tech (CSE). He has received B.Tech (CSE) from Nagaland University in 2011.
Manuscript received on June 11, 2013. | Revised Manuscript received on June 15, 2013. | Manuscript published on June 25, 2013. | PP: 29-31 | Volume-1 Issue-8, June 2013. | Retrieval Number: H0345061813/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: Today’s modern Internet Technology is based on Internet Protocol for all means of communication between two end systems. The current Internet usage is predominantly dominated by IPv4 version of IP but due to the outburst in the number of Internet users in the past years IPv4 addresses will soon be depleted. Ipv4 provided a limited address space so there is a need to move to IPv6 which is an enhancement over its older version and overcomes most of the drawback seen in the earlier version. However migrating to IPv6 from IPv4 would be a herculean task since the present infrastructure is built to suit the IPv4 environment. Here in this paper the primary objective is to implement IPTV by considering the Video on Demand services. The network type is converted to WaveLan for effective bandwidth utilization and efficient communication. The present work here involves 2 types of works. First TCP IPv4 based work and second is TCP IPv6 Based work, where the TCP IPv6 Based work is again comprised of the outcome without optimization and with optimization. The presented work is expected to improve the network QOS and the network reliability in case of overloading and underloading conditions. We performed the various simulations on Network Simulator 2.35 and analyzed the three types of traffic. Video on Demand services generally involves transmitting huge amount of data over such networks requiring a considerable data rate.
Keywords: AODV , DVB-IPTV , IPTV, VOD.