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According to Wikipedia, Internet Protocol Version 5 was used by the Internet Stream Protocol, an experimental streaming protocol. The second version (of Internet Stream Protocol), known variously as ST-II or ST2, distinguishes its own packets with an Internet Protocol version number 5, although it was never known as IPv5. The Internet Stream ...
"So what happened to IPv5? IPv5 was used to define an experimental real-time streaming protocol. To avoid any confusion, it was decided to not use IPv5 and name the new IP protocol IPv6. " (Cisco CCNA Exploration Courses - Accessing the WAN) Here's a link! @ Hemant You will find there enhancements that IPv6 offers.
In the late 1970’s, a protocol named ST — The Internet Stream Protocol — was created for the experimental transmission of voice, video, and distributed simulation. Two decades later, this protocol was revised to become ST2 and started to get implemented into commercial projects by groups like IBM, NeXT, Apple, and Sun. Wow did it differ a lot. ST and ST+ ...
There are 2 major algorithms that are used to compute shortest path; Dijkstra's Algorithm & Bellman-Ford. If you're looking for weighted values to be calculated as well you need to look into priority queues. You'll also need to understand the Routing Information Protocol (RIPng for IPV6) to understand just how the Routing Table is organized. For ...
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