Fotografia personale di Domenico Striccoli


Domenico Striccoli graduated with the highest number of marks and honours in Electronic Engineering in April 2000 and was awarded a PhD in April 2004, at the Polytechnic of Bari. He became an Assistant Professor in Telecommunications at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information (DEI) at the Polytechnic of Bari.
He currently teaches basic courses in Telecommunications at the Interdepartmental Magna Graecia Centre in Taranto. The research topics developed include dynamic bandwidth allocation, Video on Demand, transmission techniques and 3D video coding, Call Admission Control diagrams, data scheduling, QoS/QoE in wireless networks (WSN, LTE, etc.).


The next-generation Internet protocol IPv6 - The topics discussed on the course are centred on analysing the main characteristics of the new generation network protocol IPv6. After an introduction that highlights the main causes that can lead to the use of IPv6, its main features are described, comparing them with those of the protocol currently used, IPv4. In particular, it discusses IPV6 address formats, their division and allocation based on different contexts. The header of IPv6 packets, the Neighbor Discovery Protocol, the control protocol ICMPv6, the security protocol for IPSec, the different ways of tunnelling packets and coexistence of IPv4 and IPv6 protocols in current networks will then be analysed.

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