Enabling the router advertisments option I get a /56 on the latest gogo client, but other PCs on the same WLAN do not get assigned an address from this prefix (all they have are fe80…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ahmed Abu-Abed Oct 19, 2010.
Today the IPv4 counters show there is 1 year left for IANA IPv4 depletion date or X-Day !Note that this is a conservative estimate as a few months ago the prediction was October 2011. A less…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ahmed Abu-Abed Jul 19, 2010.
"What is curious though is that 61% of IPv6 traffic is P2P-related, a large part of that being the BitTorrent client uTorrent which is designed to use IPv6 tunneling. When uTorrent started to support IPv6 for its P2P traffic back in August of 2008 it “helped drive IPv6 traffic from .002% to .03% of all Internet traffic (a dramatic 15x jump).” Arbor Networks says the high level of IPv6 P2P traffic is likely…Continue
Posted on April 27, 2011 at 1:29pm
Watching APNIC's dwindling v4 blocks one can see they will run out of all v4 blocks, except the last block, by April 2011. The trend is shown at http://www.apnic.net/community/ipv4-exhaustion/graphical-information, while iNetCore counters also show April as X-Day date for APNIC, see www.ipv6forum.org
This will effectively end all new IPv4 assignments for…Continue
Posted on March 19, 2011 at 9:59am — 1 Comment
IANA just assigned the last 2 free /8 blocks of IPv4 to APNIC. The 5 remaining blocks will go to reach regional registry within a few days.
Thanks IPv4, it's been a marvellous ride !
Posted on February 1, 2011 at 12:52am
Google IPv6 conference was held June 10 -11 and presenters came from major ISPs as well as mobile operators & vendors.
On mobility, T-Mobile, NSN and Ericsson talked about their transition tests and NAT64 experience. Ericsson highlighted application access tests using IPv6-only hosts to reach popular web apps (like Facebook, Skype, on-line games, etc.) and finding out what breaks and why.
Posted on June 14, 2010 at 5:34am — 1 Comment