Interesting Graph - IPv6 and RIPE 60

Emile Aben — May 18, 2010 11:35 AM
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We measured the number of web clients connected to during the RIPE 60 meeting in Prague. The results are shown in this graph.

As expected we saw a spike in the fraction of clients using IPv6 to  during RIPE 60.

It was interesting to see that it was significantly bigger then the RIPE 58 and RIPE 59 spikes that are also visible in the graph below. After RIPE 60 it looks like business as usual again; slow but steady growth.



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