Explosive growth in network device diversity and mobile communications, along with global adoption of networking technologies, have overwhelmed Ipv4 and have driven the development of a next-generation Internet Protocol (IPv6).
In addition to providing more address space, Ipv6 not only increases routing efficiency and network-layer security (built-in the IPSec encryption mechanism) but also creates new ways of addressing and more advanced QoS mechanisms, as the protocol develops.
The design purpose of ITS-200 series is to provide learners with a clear and comprehensive understanding of the protocol and operating behavior of the IPv6 specification. The complete system includes ITS-201(host:client) , ITS-202(host:server) and ITS-203(router). The interaction of these three devices can perform experiment as a group or stand alone.