Ipv6 stands for Internet Protocol Version 6, which is a successor of Ipv4. It contains an address space of around 128 bits and smaller routing tables. It provides security and auto-configuration of addresses.It has a simplified header structure and its multicast addresses express the broadcast address of IPv4. The three different kinds of IPv6 addresses include unicast, multicast and anycast.

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