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Top webhosters offering v6 too?



On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 5:15 PM, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> wrote:
>
> In message <AANLkTiksv84+tSm80AjyXg-XZDfX3NGJz1FJM0KQ64Hp at mail.gmail.com>, Fred
> ?Richards writes:
>> I ran across this link a while back, it shows, of the top 100k
>> websites (according to Alexa), which ones are IPv6 enabled:
>>
>> http://www.atoomnet.net/ipv6_enabled_popular_websites.php?complete_list=3Dt=
>> rue
>
> And 1.5% of AAAA lookups, in the Alexa top 1000000, fail as the SOA
> is in the wrong section or the wrong SOA is returned or timeout or
> return NXDOMAIN when A returns a answer. ?GLB vendors have a lot
> to answer for as almost all of these errors involve a GLB being
> installed. ?Either their products are broken or their documentation
> is so poor that people can't configure their boxes properly.
>
> Mark
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Hey, maybe all we need is an analysis site which says "warning: your
ipv6 is broken!".  And give reasons ... point out misconfiguration
like your examples above, regardless of whether it's dns or global
load balancers.  We'll see v6 adoption skyrocket overnight.  ;)



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