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World IPv6 Day went mostly smoothly, with a few surprises
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, June 13, 2011 - 08:43 AM
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Tuesday evening, hundreds of Web destinations, including the four most popular ones worldwide, showed up on the IPv6 Internet. IPv6 traffic went up a lot in relative terms, but still barely registered as a blip on the radar. The 0.05 percent of users who were expected to encounter delays or errors didn't—or decided to call their Moms, watch TV, or otherwise refrain from complaining. Twenty-four hours later things went back to the way they were before—for the most part. But not everything went according to plan: a small but significant number of websites did participate, but experienced some IPv6-related problems.
Complete info at ars technica.