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Above image explains how to communicate between IPv4 and IPv6 by tunneling..

I understand that concept by wrapping IPv6 datagram into iPv4 datagram..

But I do not understand what the 'Flow X' in the IPv6 datagram means?

Does anyone know that and can explain me?

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A flow is usually a sequence of packets belonging together in some way. In IPv6 each packet has a flow label field that the sender can set to signal which packets belong together.

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