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Re: OMB: IPv6 by June 2008
> With G.711 and 20ms voice samples, with IPv4 you get: > > 20 bytes IP + 8 bytes UDP + 12 bytes RTP + 160 bytes payload > 20% overhead. > > Now with IPv6. Say we use shim6 or something like that to implement > multihoming too. The shim6 header isn't decided yet, but I suppose it's > got to contain at least a pair of addresses (32 bytes). > > 40 bytes IP + 32 bytes shim6 8 bytes UDP + 12 bytes RTP + > 160 bytes payload > 36.5% overhead hey! we charge by the byte. so ipv6 is looking better and better!