incoming smtp from v6 addresses

Jared Mauch jared at puck.nether.net
Wed Jan 4 12:18:11 UTC 2012


On Jan 4, 2012, at 5:26 AM, Randy Bush wrote:

>>> 7.8% is over ipv6 transport
>>> but only 2% of outgoing deliveries are over ipv6.
>> What's your primary configuration ?  Hub, end user system ?
> 
> the main smtp receiver and sender for  maybe 100 users and a few
> dozen mailing list of small to lower middle class size.
> 
>> Care to share the methodology ? I can run some stats, but want
>> to be sure we're comparing the same thing :)
> 
> hold your nose
> 
> zgrep '<=.*\[....:' /var/spool/exim/log/main* | wc
> zgrep '<=' /var/spool/exim/log/main* | wc
> 
> and the ever failthful bc :)

Similar footprint, and I have something like the following on puck:

puck:~$ grep IPv6: /var/log/maillog | grep stat=Sent | wc -l
9043
puck:~$   grep stat=Sent /var/log/maillog | wc -l
110343

If gmail were to host AAAA for their MX I would see a lot more mail delivered over there.

	- Jared

-- stats --
unique list delivery

[mailman at puck jared]$ /home/mailman/bin/find_member @ | grep -v 'found in' | wc -l
26442
[mailman at puck jared]$ /home/mailman/bin/find_member @gmail | grep -v 'found in' | wc -l
7098

unique addresses

[mailman at puck jared]$ /home/mailman/bin/find_member @ | grep 'found in' | wc -l
16044
[mailman at puck jared]$ /home/mailman/bin/find_member @gmail | grep 'found in' | wc -l
4076




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