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Re: IPv6 push doesn't have much pull in U.S
Simon Leinen wrote:
Christopher L Morrow writes:On Sat, 16 Jul 2005, Iljitsch van Beijnum wrote:And I'm sure Sprint and Verio (MCI/Worldcom/UUNET too? I have aI know verio does, Sprint I believe also does, and UUNET does... everyone has restrictions on the service though (native or tunnel'd type restrictions)For what it's worth, we get IPv6 transit connectivity from all our upstreams: Global Crossing, TeliaSonera and Level(3). In each case, IPv6 runs over a short tunnel to a router somewhere in the upstream's backbone. I assume that's because they either run separate backbones for IPv4 and IPv6, or because our access routers aren't IPv6-enabled for some reason.
How much IPv6 traffic (excluding NNTP) do you have compared to IPv4 traffic? -- Andre