David Kessens wrote:
Google's measurements indicate that when faced with a dual-stack host
(one with both an AAAA and an A record in the DNS), 0.5% of all hosts
will access that host using IPv6.
On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 08:20:11AM -0800, Joe St Sauver wrote:
I'm not aware of DNS block lists which cover IPv6 address spaces at
this time, probably in part because IPv6 traffic remains de minimis
showing IPv6 traffic as constituting only 0.002% of all Internet traffic).
For the record:
It seems that arbornetworks estimates are extremely low to the point
where one has to ask whether there were other issues that caused such
a low estimate.
There is no question that IPv6 traffic is quite low in the Internet.
However, many other reports that I have seen recently measure multiple
orders of magnitude more IPv6 traffic (for an easily accesible example
(As presented at the RIPE meeting in Dubai last month.)
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