On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 09:15:52PM -0800, Lars Eggert wrote:
Tom Marshall wrote:
I have found that IPv6 seems to have a much longer round trip delay than
IPv4 for just about every site that I have tried. For example, pinging
www.rfc-editor.org from here gives me this:
IPv6: rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 589.174/678.001/1109.953/117.776 ms
IPv4: rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 8.346/48.524/130.290/37.593 ms
Also, note that I cannot get an HTTP response from www.rfc-editor.org using
IPv6. The connection is established fine, but the server does not respond
I can't comment on the routing issues (IPv6 connectivity esp. to the
6bone seems to have been flaky), but the RFC editor IPv6 server has been
up since last week.
You should see "you are using IPv6 from
2001:490:f002:128:240:96ff:fe40:5bc9" on the bottom of the front page if
all went well.
No, I verified with this:
$ telnet www.rfc-editor.org 80
Connected to www.rfc-editor.org.
Escape character is '^]'.
GET / HTTP/1.0
[... wait a couple minutes ...]
My IPv6 address is 2001:460:410:8128::/64.
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