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[6bone] e.f.f.3.ip6.arpa status ? (16 April 2004 - try #3)
We provide transit to a couple tunnel brokers, and smaller ipv6
Generally, most of the user traffic on our network (including from
downstream tunnelbrokers) are european efnet irc servers being
the most popular. the 2nd most popular appears to be http traffic
to some popular v6 sites such as kame.net, for those who is reading
up for ipv6 documentation, learning and what not..
i'm not implying this is bad by at all but just reproting what
i see, on our network. most people appear to have ipv6 just to try
out the new protocol and learn about it, but then when they try to
actually use it for real content, there aren't any.
i'd like to have some sort of data similar to netflow available in
the near future as we get some time in our hands.. hopefully..
On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 08:06:52PM +1000, Peter Good wrote:
> Mostly, it's home user stuff, just people getting it for the fact of "having
> it". I think though, that once more content is available V6 only, then it
> should become more popular.
> It's a start though.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeroen Massar [mailto:[email protected]]
> Sent: Tuesday, 20 April 2004 6:40 PM
> To: Gert Doering
> Cc: Peter Good; 'Anand Kumria'; [email protected]
> Subject: Re: [6bone] e.f.f.3.ip6.arpa status ? (16 April 2004 - try #3)
> On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 10:32, Gert Doering wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 06:28:13PM +1000, Peter Good wrote:
> > > One wonders why AARNET isn't listed there.
> > What address range are they using? I just did a grep for "-AU-" in
> > the allocation list - if they are registered in some other country,
> > this won't find em.
> I have the following list (based on the country: attribute ;) )
> 2001:210::/35 CONNECT-AU-19990916 (not in routing table)
> 2001:360::/32 V6TELSTAINTERNET-AU-20011211
> 2001:388::/32 AARNET-IPV6-20020117
> 2001:c78::/32 NTTIP-AU-20020910
> 2001:db0::/32 DATAFX-AU-2003112
> 2001:e28::/32 PI-AU-20040102 (not in routing table)
> 3ffe:8000::/28 TRUMPET/AU
> > > Anyway, there's lots of tunnels
> > > in AU too :) Personally I've got about 60 floating about, interest
> > > is growing. (Yes I am subbed off one of the ones listed hehe).
> > This is promising.
> Any insight on what the usage trend is for these tunnels?
> Applications/traffic/... ?
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