Embrace IPv6 with ease to prepare your network for the future.

IPv6 Solution
IPv6 Management

TCPWave's IPAM is a secure, redundant, and flexible cloud solution that comes integrated with DNS, DHCP and DHCPv6, and many other features.TCPWave's IPAM solves your address management challenges in minutes after you initiate it. Our unique TCPWave engineered architecture provisions IPv6 now and for the future, so you can easily manage IPv6 complexity and maximize its benefits for your growing networks and data center. It includes integrated IPv4 tools and supports so you can provision IPv4 and IPv6 consistently and maximize your productivity in managing your network. Migration over to IPv6 is not simple and requires a solid and transparent process. TCPWave’s IP Address Management (IPAM) allows network administrators/architects to create and manage the IPv6 address plan, and information on the existing IPv4 infrastructure, the effort becomes manageable.

IPv6 Addressing

IPv6 has an address of 128 bits. IPv6 provides an address space that is sufficient to provide addresses for any conceivable number of individuals, organizations, devices, network-enabled objects, IoT, etc. in the future.

TCPWave's IPv6 Solution
  • TCPWave’s IPv6 address management provides planning a network or subnet of at least a /64 or larger prefix.
  • TCPWave’s IPv6 address management allows IPv6 addressing planning viable that allows network administrators to leave sufficient subnets to be reserved for future growth.
  • TCPWave’s IPv6 address management allows defining a site in a way that best fits any organization’s operational and administrative needs. The number of sites can be determined with the initial size of the IPv6 allocation.
  • TCPWave’s IPv6 address management allows to define as many of the different kinds of sites that are available in any organization.
TCPWave's IPv6 Address Management Features
  • Role Based Access.
  • Powerful Reporting & Search.
  • Automatic Discovery & Scanning.
  • Extended network address which could be assigned to handle future needs.
  • Integrity checks on IPv6 subnets to avoid overlapping.
  • Better mobility features.
  • Provides better multicast and anycast abilities compared to IPV4.
  • IPSEC is built into the IPv6 protocol for the better security features.
  • IPv6 Subnet scanning of critical network components.
  • IPv6 address allocation and hierarchy techniques are easy to understand.
  • Automatic discovery of IPv6 Addresses
  • Add Global Prefix, Sites and Split Subnets with intuitive user interface.
  • Hierarchical Tree view of subnets for easy identification.
  • Scheduled Scanning at periodic intervals for an up-to-date information on the status
IPv6 migration and planning

A wide range of techniques have been identified & implemented, basically falling into four categories

Single Stack Network

It allows only IPv6 to coexist in the same device & network

Dual- Stack

It allows IPv4 & IPv6 to coexist in the same device & network


It allows IPv6 host to communicate over IPv4 infrastructure.


It allows IPv6 only devices to communicate with IPv4 only devices.

Business Advantages

Reducing network operating costs and eliminating configuration errors and associated downtime. Can help to hide the complexity of IPv6 addresses so that it's essentially "hidden" from network administrators. Secondly, the complexity of the long IPv6 addresses makes management difficult, and the IPAM appliance can offer a wide range of features.