Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/288832
Title: Performance Enhancement by Splitting SPD Used in IPSEC of IPv6
Researcher: Bharti Vishal
Guide(s): Singh S.P., Prasad B.M.K.
Keywords: Computer Science
Computer Science Cybernetics, IPSec, SHA, MD5, SAbundle, IETF and VPN, IPv4, Security, ESP Protocol, AH Protocol, IKE Protocol
Engineering and Technology
University: Nims University Rajasthan
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: Today, the World Wide Web and the Internet are quickly becoming a ubiquitous part of newlinelife. The Internet operates using the Internet Protocol (IP) as the base. This protocol has worked newlinewell for a number of years. However, IP version 4 (IPv4) is showing its age due to unexpected newlinegrowth of internet users. Due to this, a new protocol, Internet Protocol version6, was developed. newlineThe increase in the number of addressing bits was the feature that made this protocol deal with newlinethe problem which IPv4 was facing. Not only the problem of exhausted addressing space is newlinesolved by this protocol but several improvements were also offered by the Internet Protocol newlineversion 6 (IPv6) over current Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) in various fields such as routing newlineconcepts, flows and traffic control, the neighbor discovery, mobile IPv6 and the network newlinesecurity architecture. For providing the backward compatibility transition mechanisms, such as newlinedual stacks and the 6bone were also offered. One of the major feature offered by IP next newlinegeneration (IPng) was the mandatory IPSec. IPSec is provided by attaching the headers such newlineas Authentication Header and/or Encryption Security Payload Header. newlineThis thesis discusses the concept of IPng and its security feature and also suggests the newlinetechnique for the improvement of performance of the IPSec by splitting the Security Policy newlineDatabase used for the implementation of IPSec and then an analysis of the effect of this split on newlinethe performance is discussed. newlineIn A Nutshell This Thesis Formulates Following Objectives: newline Objective 1: Suggest a technique for the improvement of performance of the IPSec (Internet newlineProtocol Security) in IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6). newline Objective 2: Splitting the Security Policy Database (SPD) used for the implementation of newlineIPSec. newline Objective 3: Analysis and comparison of the effect of the split on the performance of IPSec newlinewith the already existing IPSec. newline
Pagination: 1-14, 1-139
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/288832
Appears in Departments:Department of Computer Science



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