Monjur Ahmed

Work place: Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand



Research Interests: Computational Mathematics, Autonomic Computing, Network Architecture, Computing Platform, Mathematics of Computing, Mathematics


Monjur Ahmed is PhD student at the Service and Cloud Computing Research Lab (SCCRL), School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences (SCMS) at Auckland University of Technology. Monjur achieved his MSc in Electronics and Communications Engineering from University of Greenwich, United Kingdom, MS in Telecommunications from University of Information Technology & Sciences, Bangladesh, and BSc (Hons) in Computing and Information Systems from London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom.

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VoIP Performance Analysis over IPv4 and IPv6

By Monjur Ahmed Alan T Litchfield Shakil Ahmed Adnan Mahmood Emran Hossain Meazi

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2014

The advance of technology often requires the emergence of complementary technologies, of which the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 presents a significant example. The move of protocol has focussed attention on the level of performance for associated technologies. Among the many Internet applications, in contemporary digital communications, VoIP stands apart in importance. This paper presents a performance analysis of VoIP using IPv4 and IPv6. Using OPNET to simulate the protocols and to investigate areas of performance weakness.

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