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Where is IP ver 5?

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hi,

Every one knows that we have IP ver 4 and we are moving to IP ver. 6, So where is IP ver. 5?

Any onw knows where is IP ver. 5?

Regards,
Mohsen
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Version 5 was allocated to the experimental Internet Stream Protocol (RFC 1190).  The numbering convention is to allocate even numbers to the mainstream versions.

http://www.ipv6forum.com/navbar/events/ottawa01/presentations/pdf/pouffary.pdf
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by:vinaykawade123
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hi Mohsen1979,
    The version field 5 in the IP header is for Stream IP Datagram Mode (experimental).
It was for experimental purpose and never really made to the public.The next available version was 6 ,therefore the name IPv6.
refer to :
 http://www.itprc.com/tcpipfaq/faq-1.htm#what-ipv5
RFC 1819.

regards,
vinay
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by:ssnkumar
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The same question has been answered so many times!
Here is one such answer:
http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/wlg/3316

-ssnkumar
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