Carlos Friacas cfriacas at fccn.pt
Sat Jun 18 10:57:12 CEST 2011
Hello, Yes, i do agree that more metrics can be evaluated, if they can be automatically evaluated, and of course if public data is available. Regards, Carlos On Fri, 17 Jun 2011, Andrzej Dopiera?a wrote: > W dniu 17.06.2011 12:42, Carlos Friacas pisze: >> >> I've been lately looking at ripeness.ripe.net data, with special focus on >> my country's numbers. :-) >> The recent World IPv6 Day was imho a good thing, some people took some more >> steps towards having some IPv6 in their networks, and that allowed us to >> increase the # of IPv6 peerings over the local (and small) IXP from 12 to >> 15. :-))) >> >> Getting an IPv6 block, register the route6 object, the DNS reverse object >> (domain) and make the block visible will not «automagically» generate more >> IPv6 packets on the Internet, but i find these steps to be key for future >> IPv6 deployments. >> > i think there should be 5th star too - all sites available with both A and > AAAA records. And 6 star - when _all_ services for clients are available in > dualstack. > > > 4 starts have near all, but often have A only on core routes, not on > services, nor for clients.