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Big day for IPv6 - 1% native penetration



	What do you mean with "deliberate migration"?

	Users do not care and they will never have a "deliberate migration".

	However ISPs do, if the user have IPv6 it is because the ISP deliberate
migrate to v6 by enable it in their backbone, networks and user's CPEs.

	IMHO if the user choose to change or not it is the least important, the
real important fact is that IPv6 is taking up no matter if it is or not
deliberate used by the users.

.as

	

On 26/11/2012 09:24, Dobbins, Roland wrote:
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> On Nov 26, 2012, at 5:57 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
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>> almost all ip traffic is unintentional.
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> Sure.  But my point is the notion that observed IPv6 traffic volumes are due to deliberate migration is not correct.
> 
>> when the average consumer (real) broadband connection becomes v6 capable, about 40% of the traffic is instantly ipv6, thank you netflix, facebook, netflix, google, netflix, and netflix.
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> 'When', or 'if'?  The creeping proliferation of CGNs and the like, along with your example of TVs and oblique point about the sparsity of IPv6-enabled content/services/applications, does not necessarily support the conclusion that wholesale migration within the near- or medium-terms is inevitable.
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