In case you haven’t read it before, Randy Bush‘s 55 page PDF slide show named “IPv6 Transition & Operational Reality” is a harsh (but quite accurate) description of how the IPv6 protocol was made, where some of its major problems lie and why the transition is going so slow etc.
I tried to find some official and recent figures or statements from some of the more IPv6-positive people and companies, but I failed to find much updates from after the year 2000 or so…
Speaking of network things that aren’t so successfully deployed: DNSSEC. Apparently iis.se (runs the Swedish TLD) tested 10 broadband routers (article and PDF in Swedish only) how well they support this (I believe mainly because .se tries to be a pioneer in DNSSEC), and 7 of the tested ones failed… Personally I’ve never liked the fact that DNSSEC isn’t really crafted to do it securely all the way.
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What sort of figures are you looking for? All of the RIRs publish annual reports showing IPv6 allocation rates for their region. Hurricane Electric also publishes their IPv6 progress report – http://bgp.he.net/ipv6-progress-report.cgi – which is updated daily.
There were some very good talks at RIPE 55 on actual IPv6 usage. The slides are online.
That’s exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
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