website in ipv6

John Kemp kemp at network-services.uoregon.edu
Mon Jun 27 11:26:13 CDT 2011


On 6/26/11 5:34 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
> In message <20110627002625.4C85311371DC at drugs.dv.isc.org>, Mark Andrews writes
> :
>>
>> In message <BANLkTikzmCsHAxFfwQ2pidFPKXCTQTRBNA at mail.gmail.com>, Deric Kwok 
>> wr
>> ites:
>>> Hi all
>>>
>>> I am trying to configure website for testing ipv6
>>>
>>> Just wander how internet users eg: DSL users can visit this website
>>> and any people can access this website over the world
>>>
>>> Thank you
>>
>> About 10-6% of the net is dual stack capable, there is a working
>> IPv6 path from the brower to the server.  About 0.4% of the net
>> prefers IPv6 over IPv4.  It was higher but changes to depreference
>> using 2002::/16 (6to4) as a source address have been pushed in
>> various OS updates.
>>
>> http://www.potaroo.net/stats/1x1/sitec/v6hosts.png
> 
> I meant to post the aggregate graph.
> 
> http://www.potaroo.net/stats/1x1/v6hosts.png
>  
>> This is updated daily.
>>
>> APNIC/Geoff could use more test data sources.
>> http://labs.apnic.net/index.shtml
>>
>> Mark
>> -- 
>> Mark Andrews, ISC
>> 1 Seymour St., Dundas Valley, NSW 2117, Australia
>> PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742                 INTERNET: marka at isc.org
>>

The more optimistic number was that something like 20% - 30% of clients
could retrieve an IPV6-Only Literal URL.  So yeah, still sad, but there
is some potential there.

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