1 : The address depletion of IPv4 and other shortcomings

 1: The address depletion of IPv4 and other shortcomings of this protocol prompted a new version of IP known as IPv6. Explain the advantages of this new IPv6 when compared to IPv4?

Question 2: Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 is known as transition from version 4 to version 6 and requires formal strategies to handle this transition. Explain each of the strategies for this migration process using appropriate examples. 


Question 3: In a peer-to-peer (P2P) network, Internet users that are ready to share their resources become peers and form a network. Describe the differences between centralised and decentralised P2P networks? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both networks.


Question 4: What is a Distributed Hash Table (DHT) and how is it used in P2P networks? Briefly explain how a DHT works with an example of a P2P network. [3 Marks]


Question 5: In the client-server paradigm, explain which entity provides the service and which entity receives the service. Why should a server be run all the time, but a client can be run when it is needed?


Question 6: When an HTTP server receives a request message from an HTTP client, how does the server know when all headers have arrived and the body of the message is to follow?