We'll now take a look at the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 and learn about issues and features such as the fragmentation of these packets, broadcast storms, and flags within the IPv4 and the IPv6 header.
And we see that we have
Application Data in the
Info column, which is all of the encrypted data transmitting back and forth to the web server. Go to IPv4 in the packet details, expand that, and we can take a look at the information in the IPv4 header:
We can see that, right after
Internet Protocol Version 4, it's saying that it's
Version: 4; otherwise, it will show
Version 6. It also has the
Header Length, which is the number of bytes in the header. Sometimes, the
Header Length can fluctuate, so it defines how big that header is so that the application knows where the differentiating point is between the header and...