study, the designers of IPv6 decided that the 32-address space problem of IPv4 could not be solved by a smooth upgrade, so they simply redesigned it entirely from scratch. IPv6 requires all nodes of the entire network to support the new IP protocol, and all terminal operating systems and applications to support upgrades, making the problem extremely difficult.
These shortcomings are also the main reason why IPv6 has not been widely used since its emergence.
FUTURE NETWORK IPV9
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exposed . For example, in the address space, performance, network security and routing bottlenecks, IPv4 makes it difficult to meet the needs of the Internet in the future. To solve the IPv4 many problems, IPv6, IPV9 and other Internet protocols have been born.
THE STATUS OF IPV4
IPv4 plays a key role in the development of the network. However, with the continuous expansion of the network scale, it can no longer meet the network development needs. Firstly, the address resources are exhausted
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each end of the communication. For example, if the IPv4 address is 22.214.171.124 and the port number is 23, the resulting socket is (126.96.36.199:23), If the IPV9 address is 86[128188.8.131.52 and the port number is 23, the resulting socket is (86[128 184.108.40.206:23).
A socket can be thought of as a terminal in the communication connection between two network applications. During communication, a piece of information to be transmitted by one of the network applications is written into the Socket
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following the principle of transparency between different protocol layers, IP addresses, which should belong to the protocol of the network layer, are mixed with physical layer addresses and application layer, resulting in a series of fatal consequences.
IPV9 ADDRESS CODE
IPV9 not only expands the length of IP address, but also makes the network support more address levels. In addition, the method of address coding method of the variable-length and variable-position is adopted, and the parsing
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one-eighth of the addresses can actually be allocated to end users. That is, the number of addresses that can be actually allocated is only 2125, which is equivalent to 1037. At present, 128 barcodes are already having 128 bits, and it cannot be covered, so IPv6 have some considerable limitations. In 1998, Chinese researcher proposed IPV9 — A method of using whole digital code to assign address for computer. In order to distinguish from IPv4 and IPv6 in the United States, the V in IPV9 proposed by
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communication technology standard protocol (currently includes the IPv4, IPv6 of the world’s existing equipment and the future network / IPv9 before and after the three generations of network data communication standards and protocols), as well as the formation of the network address space distribution, the resolution Specifically, who has mastered the core assets of cyberspace: the main root/female root server/13 root name servers, the IP/asset equipment/operation management rights of the address/domain
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With the development of radio frequency technology, product-related information can be quickly obtained by the readers if RF tags are assigned to each product. Recently, people have began to adopt IPV6 and even IPV9 protocol formats for RF tag coding since IPV4 address space has been used up. If the server storing product-related information is stored in an IPV4 or IPV6 network, how to query RF information across the network should be solved. This paper mainly studies the RF
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In August 2007, the Ministry of Information Industry Officially defined IPv9 as a new generation Internet to distinguish IPv6 next-generation Internet. The Internet based on TCP/IP protocol has been unable to meet the needs of future development by increasing bandwidth and gradual improvement. In order to break through the future network basic theory and support a new generation of Internet experiment. It is necessary to build test facilities include: original network equipment system
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, big data and cloud storage, IPv6 has some shortcomings in its address structure design, security and network sovereignty. The Chinese researchers developed a new generation Internet (IPV9) datagram by researching the existed IPv4 and IPv6, and it is based on the method of assigning addresses to computers connected to the Internet by full decimal character code. It is a subsequent version with RFC1606, RFC1607, a new generation of network data structure, it is not the updating of IPv4 and IPv6, it
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NEW GENERATION NETWORK SYSTEM IPV9
IPv9 protocol as one of the future network concepts, IETF proposed some basic dreams of IPv9 in 1994, and looked forward to the idea of network in the 21st century. Such as: 1024-bit length address, direct routing and the 42 layer routing addressing method. However, due to the lack of research results of basic theories, address stratification technology, high research and development costs, intellectual property rights and other factors, the research
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is the number of stages of the all-zero field). For example, the above address can be abbreviated as 30620  9635485 [0 .
The decimal network address prefix uses a CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) like representation, which has the following form: IPV9 address/address prefix length. The IPV9 address is an address written by the IPV9 address representation, and the address prefix length is the number of consecutive digits from the leftmost part of the address to indicate the
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, Chinese researchers Xie Jianping proposed the IPv9 geographical location addressing method, which solved the problem of combining IP address with geographical location. Later, South Korea also proposed the idea of geographical location addressing, and becoming the second country to propose a new method of addressing. CPK (Combined Public Key) identity authentication technology is mature and can be used in Internet protocol to realize trusted connection. So far, China had already had the technology
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in China. In June 2016, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released the standard of future network/IPV9 electronic industry.
The basic purpose of the future network is to be able to survive independently without parasitic on the Internet (but it can compatible with the Internet), thereby improving the sovereignty, survival and control cyberspace in countries around the world. and there is no “Internet”, indicating that the future network does not use the technology of internet
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, there are many defects in the design of IPv6 address structure. Not satisfied with the 128-bit address length, the designers did not follow the principle of transparency between different protocol layers and added the physical layer address and the application layer in the design of IPv6 address segment (the protocol of the network layer), which led to a series of fatal problems.
“IPv9” is an idea proposed in the early 1990s by the IETF (The Internet Engineering Task Force) in the June 1992 issue of
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