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netflix OCA in a CG-NAT world

On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 1:21 AM Radu-Adrian Feurdean <
nanog at radu-adrian.feurdean.net> wrote:

> On Mon, Sep 17, 2018, at 17:48, Jared Mauch wrote:
> > I also strongly suggest you look at how to get native IPv6 from your
> > clients behind the CG-NAT rolled out.  I know many folks have had issues
> Getting IPv6 to your customers is good, but they still have to use it.
> If I look at my stats, I can see that the IPv4:IPv6 ratio for Netflix is
> 5.5:1, while for Google it's 1.1:1 and for Facebook 1.33:1

(peak-time ratios, when traffic is mostly from residential users) . The
> best explanation I could get is people may use Netflix from devices that do
> not support IPv6, such as some/most (not-so-old) Smart TVs. There's also
> the issue of some brain-dead wifi APs that filter or severely limit traffic
> required for proper IPv6 operation (multicast comes to my mind).
so, first: "Thanks for getting v6 to your customers!!"
because srsly, some folks (verizon residential dsl/fios) can't seem to make
that happen, there's some form of serious magic obviously involved...

That said, it's funny that tv's (bluray/etc) are not v6 capable?? ugh :(

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