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Re: Creating demand for IPv6, and saving the planet
On Thu, October 4, 2007 6:49 am, Mike Leber wrote: > As the data at http://bgp.he.net/ipv6-progress-report.cgi shows for the > IPv6 and IPv4 nameserver tests, some of the time IPv6 connectivity is > *faster* than IPv4 connectivity (66 out of 264 test cases), because of > network topology differences due to different peering and transit > relationships between IPv4 and IPv6. Just as a odd data point, I see this for the only IPv6 test-bed I have available now, including tunnels. Home DSL (UK) -> EU tunnel broker -> IPv6 cloud -> US tunnel broker -> hosted server (California) is consistently 10-20ms lower than home -> IPv4 upstream -> IPv4 cloud -> server. Regards, Tim.