IPv6 Penetration Survey Results
From ARIN IPv6 Wiki
ARIN and the Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) worked together to conduct a survey to capture IPv6 penetration data in the ARIN region. The survey took place in March of 2008 and an analysis of the results was presented by kc claffy of CAIDA during the ARIN XXI meeting in Denver, Colorado, last week.
Below are links to kc claffy's presentation of the results, and a copy of the survey questions and possible responses. Both documents are in PDF format.
Dynamically updated information on IPv6 penetration:
- NIST's report on U.S. Government, Industry, Education, and Departmental deployment of IPv6 on dns, mail and web domains
- Percentage of top-100 Alexa sites worldwide and major countries that are IPv6 accessible by Lars Eggert (dynamically updated daily)
- Tore Anderson of Redpill Linpro AS "IPv6 dual-stack client loss in Norway" (dynamically updated regularly)
Reports or write-ups on IPv6 penetration:
- Percentage of global top-30 websites (based on Alexa traffic ranking) that offer services on IPv6 networks
- Passive and Active Measurement Conference paper by Google "Evaluating IPv6 Adoption in the Internet" (April 2010)
- Elliott Karpilovsky, Alexandre Gerber, Dan Pei, Jennifer Rexford, and Aman Shaikh, “Quantifying the extent of IPv6 deployment,” in Proc. Passive and Active Measurement Conference (April 2009)
IPv6 routing table