[menog] Rapid IPv6 deployment for World IPv6 Day
aftab.siddiqui at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 10:56:48 GMT 2011
IMHO, World IPv6 Day was for the Content Providers and Service Providers.
>From an SP perspective I can tell you that we have learned couple of things
to sort out. We had few test client's but again they knew what they were
testing so there was nothing for end-user and dialing in via tunnel won't
help them understand anything either.
Even than the total IPv6 traffic we were looking at was easily under 10megs
on average except few higher spikes (thanks to youtube).
Aftab A. Siddiqui
On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 2:54 PM, Brian Candler <B.Candler at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 09, 2011 at 10:51:26AM +0300, Ahmed Abu-Abed wrote:
> > >> Until the whole internet AND web content AND networks AND
> > applications move to IPv6 ONLY then there will be a need for
> > Dual-stacking is needed but it doesn't solve the IPv4 depletion issue,
> But client-side tunnelling relies on having an IPv4 address too, so it
> doesn't solve depletion.
> Estimates I've seen so far from IPv6 day suggest that although traffic was
> up, V6 accounted for between 0.02% and 0.3% of total traffic. Of that, 90%
> was tunnelled (i.e. only 10% native). So basically: (1) there is no
> signficiant IPv6 Internet today, and (2) if you want to join what there is,
> you do indeed probably have to tunnel.
> That doesn't mean that installing a tunnel client is a good idea for anyone
> except network specialists who know what they're doing.
> If random end-users start installing this stuff without understanding it,
> then (a) they are probably opening up security holes into their network,
> (b) they may impede a later smooth rollout of native v6.
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