Drop in IPv6 traffic
jhary at unsane.co.uk
Thu Jul 9 08:50:48 CDT 2009
Jeroen Wunnink wrote:
> Same here, we usually do 40-100Mbit of teredo 2001::/32 anycast traffic
> (a lot of which is news traffic over IPv6 to artrato/XSnews) and that
> dropped to an all-time low a bit before 0:00 CET.
> I know XSnews had a free IPv6 news account service, perhaps they closed
> that ?
Assuming that the graph at http://www.xsnews.com/ipv6/ isnt broken for
any other reason, you may well be right
> Marco Hogewoning wrote:
>> On 9 jul 2009, at 12:24, Mikael Lind wrote:
>>> I've seen a big drop in IPv6 traffic volume on our Freenet6 IPv6
>>> service last night and it seems to be the same on AMS-IX.
>>> Has anyone else seen the same? Any idea why?
>> Multiple options, but it must have something todo with a free usenet
>> We (XS4ALL, AS3265) changed some filters at around 15:00 GMT, but I
>> notice the drop is hours later and much bigger (se the graph at
>> If you have trouble reaching newszilla6.xs4all.nl at port 119 please
>> drop me a note as you might accidently got filtered and I'm happy to
>> resolve this.
>> From the looks of it one of our colleagues who also run a free usenet
>> box have some issues as well, news.ipv6.eweka.nl isn't responding,
>> which may well be the only cause of this little drop.
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