ipv6 ON

Posted: June 7, 2012 in technical
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ipv6 world day: According to Google statistics, Romania leads the way with a 6.55% adoption rate, followed by France with 4.67%. Japan is on the third place so far with 1.57% but it seems here ‘users still experience significant reliability or latency issues connecting to IPv6-enabled websites.’

— tiranul

http://tech.slashdot.org/story/12/06/07/1752201/after-launch-day-taking-stock-of-ipv6-adoption

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Comments
  1. je says:

    Aia care au dat articolul pe /. si citeaza din google statistics n-au remarcat ca ne-a facut Bhutanul 🙂

  2. auch 😀
    mwell, pana si asta e de inteles, ca probabil ei nu au avut nevoie sa schimbe toata infrastructura la echipamente cu suport de IPv6…ci le-au luat asa de la inceput – doar o idee

  3. je says:

    Ma rog, am iesit asa in fata pentru ca au enablat RDS-ul default v6 pt. toti utilizatorii casnici, treaba care ar fi ok imho daca nu s-ar fi facut asa pe sestache (ca ar fi bine sa faca lumea constienta ca le trebuie firewall v6 aware, de exemplu).

    Meanwhile, oamenii care chiar vor tot au probleme, chiar azi incercam sa-l ajutam (pe vestitul canal de irc pe care nu mai dai :P) pe un tip care se chinuia sa-si faca routerul sa-i routeze dracia de clasa, solutia aia cu prefix delegation e cumva meh.

  4. moah 😦
    pai..si ai reusit sa-l ajuti?
    si da, tre sa revin pe irc si in lumea buna, m-am dat la fund de cand cu minunea mea de aventura la dracu’n praznic

  5. Rootus says:

    All 100 internet users in Bhutan rejoice!

  6. […] time ago I was writing about how proud I am to see Romania as the leader in IPv6 adoption. We, Romanians, as majorly geeky when it comes to technology. Of course, that does not mean we get […]

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