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Testing and Analysis of VoIPv6 (Voice over Internet Protocol V6) Performance Using FreeBSD

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This study focuses on testing and quality measurement and analysis of VoIPv6 performance. A client, server codes were developed using FreeBSD. This is a step before analyzing the Architectures of VoIPv6 in the current internet in order for it to cope with IPv6 traffic transmission requirements in general and specifically voice traffic, which is being attracting the efforts of research, bodes currently. These tests were conducted in the application level without looking into the network level of the network. VoIPv6 performance tests were conducted in the current tunneled and native IPv6 aiming for better end-to-end VoIPv6 performance. The results obtained in this study were shown in deferent codec's for different bit rates in Kilo bits per second, which act as an indicator for the better performance of G.711 compared with the rest of the tested codes.

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A. A. Abusin, M. D. Jahangir Alam and J. Abdullah, "Testing and Analysis of VoIPv6 (Voice over Internet Protocol V6) Performance Using FreeBSD," International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol. 5 No. 5, 2012, pp. 298-302. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2012.55039.

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