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"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!link! @ Hemant You will find there enhancements that IPv6 offers.

"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.

"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.

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"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.

"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)

"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.

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"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)