Category Archives: ars technica

A Short Bit of Post World IPv6 Day Analysis

Both the European exchange points providing IPv6-specific traffic reports showed an increase in IPv6 traffic on World IPv6 Day. AMS-IX showed a a small increase (peaking at 2.9Gbs), but may not be statiscally significant. Based on looking at the year-to-date IPv6 traffic, it looks like the jump in IPv6 traffic started in February 2011 with […] Continue reading

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World IPv6 Day Eve! Cable Internet Users, Check It Out!

World IPv6 Day is coming on June 8th and there are a number of ways to be involved and watch what happens. A good article on the event is provided by Ars Technica. If you are a Comcast customer, Comcast is encouraging you to participate in World IPv6 day. Check out their special web site […] Continue reading

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When will Ars Technica add IPv6 to its website?

Ars Technica has posted an excellent article on their reasons for waiting to deploy IPv6 on their web properties. For those of you facing a similar decision, it’s a good opportunity to compare your thoughts with theirs. From reading the article, … Continue reading

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