MAP-T (was: Re: V6 still not supported)
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Sat Mar 26 20:55:49 UTC 2022
It comes from actual measurements in residential networks that already offer IPv6.
In typical residential networks, a very high % of the traffic is Google/Youtube, Netflix, Facebook, CDNs, etc., which all are IPv6 enabled.
Typically, is also similar in mobile networks, and this has been confirmed also by measurements in v6ops mailing list, for example from T-Mobile. If I recall correctly that was 3-4 years ago and was already 75% IPv6 traffic.
Enterprises usually have a lower IPv6 %, so actual numbers in a given ISP my depend on the ratio of enterprise/residential customers. It may also depend on the case of residentials, on the age of SmartTVs, which may not be IPv6 enabled.
El 26/3/22, 18:02, "John Levine" <johnl at iecc.com> escribió:
It appears that JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via NANOG <jordi.palet at consulintel.es> said:
>At the end, if you turn on IPv6 to residential customers, typically you will get 70-80% IPv6 traffic, so the state in the NAT64 using 464XLAT is lower and lower every day.
Not disagreeing, but where does that number come from? Anectodally, on my home network I see
less than 50%.
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