NANOG Digest, Vol 60, Issue 111

Brzozowski, John John_Brzozowski at
Thu Jan 31 21:18:20 UTC 2013

There is a lot more to come this year, so stay tuned. ;)


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Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 7:01 PM
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Subject: NANOG Digest, Vol 60, Issue 111

>Message: 1
>Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 11:52:39 +1100
>From: Mark Andrews <marka at>
>To: David Barak <thegameiam at>
>Cc: nanog at
>Subject: Re: "Programmers can't get IPv6 thus that is why they do not
>	have IPv6 in their applications"....
>Message-ID: <20130131005239.C2DE52E9423D at>
>In message <1359591223.5270.YahooMailMobile at>,
>Barak writes:
>>Comcast removed the "no IPv6" excuse?  That removal somehow skipped my
>>in Washington DC where they installed (last October) a router which does
>>even support it (an Arrus voice gateway- the one where you can't
>>turn of
>>the crummy 2.4g wireless radio) and none of the folks I've spoken to
>>on t
>>he phone can tell me when or if it will be coming.
>>I look forward to Comcast giving me native v6 at home.
>>David Barak
>Firstly fix your mail client.  What's this "'" garbage in text/plain?
>Deployment Update
>Published on Tuesday, October 23, 2012
>IPv6 has been launched on all Arris DOCSIS 3.0 C4 CMTSes, covering
>over 50% our network.  We are targeting completion of the rest of
>the network by mid-2013. Our progress has led to nearly 2.5% of our
>Xfinity Internet customers  actively using native dual stack.
>Additionally, IPv6 traffic has increased 375% since World IPv6 Day
>in June 2011.  Following World IPv6 Launch in June 2012 Comcast
>also observed that approximately 6% of the 2012 Olympics served
>over YouTube to Comcast customers was over IPv6.
>Mark Andrews, ISC
>1 Seymour St., Dundas Valley, NSW 2117, Australia
>PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742                 INTERNET: marka at

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