Author(s): D., Jain, J. K., & Bahad, P.
The whole communication paradigm is anonymously moving ahead for the adoption of the next generation internet architecture abandoning the IPv4 address space. This occurs because of the exponential development of Internet use in the course of the most recent couple of years. Indeed, even the legislature has commanded that every one of the devices would be IPv6 enabled as the deferral in the sending of IPv6 would bring about the negative effect of future development and worldwide network of the internet. In this paper tunnel is a multihop tunnel over 802.11 a/g remote system. To accomplish our work we have compacted the IPv6 header of the tunneled packet to lessen the overhead. We have designed & implemented IP6HC protocol which is compressing the 40 bytes of IPv6 header up to 4 bytes. We are sending compressed data packets from one end and decompressing it at the opposite end of the system. This is end-to-end compression and the compressor/decompressor (C/D) entity is installed and stored at both the end of the dual stack routers which reduces C/D cycles. This protocol is tested over wireless 802.11 a/g network in the tunneling scenario for IPv6 transition. Simulations are done over Qualnet version 5.1 test system with different parameters like delay ,throughput, packet delivery ratio and jitter is been determined.