Question to Google

Matt Mathis mattmathis at google.com
Mon May 15 14:11:56 UTC 2017


One badly configured mid sized ISP might blow search's entire failure
budget.  (Read the SRE book.)

I have been trying for years to get somebody to do a measurement to show
that properly configured dual stack generally has better user QoE than
either protocol alone, largely because CGN doesn't scale well enough.

Thanks,
--MM--
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On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 6:33 AM, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:

> > It wouldn't suprise me if the dispute between Google and Cogent was
> > not part of the issue.  Pure speculation on my part.  I could be
> > completely off base.
>
> here in japan, if you are using ntt bflets layer two, your layer three
> provider is likely to present you with a dns server which does not
> return AAAAs because the v6 connectivity over ntt bflets transport sucks
> caterpillar snot.
>
> it's a whacky world.  as geoff said long ago, if there ever is real
> money counting on v6 transport, these messes will straighten out.
>
> randy
>


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