[ipv6-wg] Happy Eyeballs bias
Torbjörn Eklöv torbjorn.eklov at interlan.se
Thu Oct 27 08:47:27 CEST 2016
> 26 okt. 2016 kl. 19:06 skrev Bajpai, Vaibhav <v.bajpai at jacobs-university.de>: > >> >> On 26 Oct 2016, at 17:43, Jen Linkova <furry13 at gmail.com> wrote: >> >> On Wed, Oct 26, 2016 at 5:27 PM, Philip Homburg >> <pch-ripeml at u-1.phicoh.com> wrote: >>> I wonder, if a host has a global IPv6 address that is not derived from any >>> kind of transition technology or tunnel, and setting up a TCP connection is >>> either slow or fails, then what percentage is due to an issue close to the >>> host and what percentage close to the target. >>> >>> I.e., if IPv6 is broken is there any reason to believe it is often enough >>> due to ISP provided services that is would be worth reporting it in a >>> roudabout way. >> >> I'd say that it is much more likely to be broken close to clients, at >> least for Alexa web sites.. > > We cannot generalise this without empirical data. > > There is also v6 brokenness (or slowness) in ALEXA websites also > that not hosted by large CDNs. Every category of webbservers have problem with IPv6 Look at https://www.myndighetermedipv6.se/ -> "Authorities with AAAA in its www..”, more than 10% does not work over IPv6 today. Another common IPv6 problem is the the firewall/load balancer where http work and https does not. With IPv4 it does https://ipv6alizer.se/?address=https://www.gavle.se https://ipv6alizer.se/?address=http://www.gavle.se ( https://ipv6alizer.se ’s main mission is the PTB-problem but it also tell us when it don’t work at all. ) Why does the owners don’t see this problems? The users don’t have IPv6 on the inside and they are the best monitors. /Tobbe > > -- Vaibhav > > =================================== > Vaibhav Bajpai > www.vaibhavbajpai.com > > Postdoctoral Researcher > Jacobs University Bremen, Germany > =================================== Torbjörn Eklöv | Interlan Gefle AB Norra Kungsgatan 5, 803 20 Gävle Växel: 026-18 50 00 | Direkt: 070-683 51 75 http://www.dnssecandipv6.se "Ever since I can remember I always wanted to use IPv6. To me that was better than being president of the United States. To use IPv6 was to own the world."
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