Internet Protocol version 10 (IPv10) Specification
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Internet Engineering Task Force                       Khaled Omar                                                                     
Intended status: Standards Track                       The Road
Expires: April 20, 2021                             October 20, 2020                                       

                  Internet Protocol version 10 (IPv10)
                             Specification
                          draft-omar-ipv10-13

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Abstract

   This document specifies version 10 of the Internet Protocol (IPv10),
   a solution that allows IPv4-only hosts to communicate with IPv6-only
   hosts and vice versa.

Table of Contents

   1. Introduction..................................................1
   2. Internet Protocol version 10 (IPv10)..........................3
   3. The Four Types of Communication...............................3
   3.1. IPv10: IPv6 Host to IPv4 Host...............................4
   3.2. IPv10: IPv4 Host to IPv6 Host...............................5
   3.3. IPv10: IPv6 Host to IPv6 Host...............................6
   3.4. IPv10: IPv4 Host to IPv4 Host...............................7
   4. IPv10 Packet Header Format....................................8
   5. Advantages of IPv10...........................................8
   6. IPv10 with DNS................................................9
   7. Security Considerations......................................10
   8. Acknowledgments..............................................10
   9. Author Address...............................................10
   10. References..................................................10
   11. IANA Considerations.........................................10
   12. Full Copyright Statement....................................10

Khaled Omar             Internet-Draft                  [Page 2]

RFC                   IPv10 Specification           October 20, 2020
Expires: 20-04-2021

This contribution has been withdrawn.

Security Considerations

   The security features of IPv10 are described in the Security
   Architecture for the Internet Protocol [RFC-2401].

Acknowledgments

   The author would like to thank S. Krishnan, W. Haddad, L. Howard, C. Huitema,
   T. Manderson, B. Carpenter, JC. Zuniga, A. Sullivan, , A. Petrescu, K. Thomann,
   W Kumari, S. Bortzmeyer, J. Linkova, and T. Herbert, T. Lemon for the useful inputs
   and discussions about IPv10.

Author Address

   Khaled Omar Ibrahim Omar
   The Road 
   6th of October City,
   Giza, Egypt
   Passport ID no.: A19954283

   Phone: +2 01003620284
   E-mail: eng.khaled.omar@hotmail.com

References

   [RFC-2401]   Stephen E. Deering and Robert M. Hinden, "IPv6
                Specification", RFC 2460, December 1998.

IANA Considerations

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