Galaxy S6 is IPv6 on all US National Mobile carriers
will at willscorner.net
Mon Apr 13 23:30:44 UTC 2015
Reddit started using CloudFlare late last year, so they should able to
serve content up over v6.
> Christopher Morrow <mailto:morrowc.lists at gmail.com>
> April 13, 2015 at 5:22 PM
> good news! it's only really 3 places that need update, since reddit is
> (still?) an amazon aws customer.
> Ca By <mailto:cb.list6 at gmail.com>
> April 13, 2015 at 5:20 PM
> Good news (that i have not personally verified) !
> Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T all launched the Samsung Galaxy S6
> IPv6 on by default.
> Given the growth and importance of mobile to Internet, it is great to see
> this progress from the mobile carriers.
> Just for those keeping score, of the top 10 Alexa website for the USA,
> these major websites prefer IPv6 or prefer NAT44 / NAT64 from the mobile
> 1. Google -- prefers IPv6
> 2. Facebook -- prefers IPv6
> 3. Youtube -- prefers IPv6
> 4. Amazon -- prefers NAT -- :(
> 5. Yahoo! -- prefers IPv6
> 6. Wikipedia -- prefers IPv6
> 7. Twitter -- prefers NAT -- :(
> 8. Ebay -- prefers NAT -- :(
> 9. Linkedin -- prefers IPv6
> 10. Reddit -- prefers NAT -- :(
> Dear Amazon, Twitter, Ebay, and Reddit -- please consider this your
> personal invitation to introduce IPv6 to your service.
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