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Anonymous
Very cool visualization.<br /><br />If nothing else, it says which ASN are *capable* of receiving IPv6 traffic.<br /><br />Thinking about it, it seems like an ASN with a large number of networks would be more likely to advertise an IPv6 route. There are differences in the number of ASN in each region, so that seems like it could have a strong effect on these numbers. A country where every organization feels it needs its own ASN is likely to have a lower percentage of ASN using IPv6 than a country where organizations are happy to get this from their provider.