Experiences with mobile devices ?
Eric Vyncke (evyncke)
evyncke at cisco.com
Tue Mar 16 09:37:13 CET 2010
I am using a Samsung I600 and when using it on WiFi with IPv6, it works like a charm (or rather it works as usual with IPv4 as well -- quite slow).
I have more problem with plain UMTS/GPRS as my mobile operator gives me a global IPv4 address, so, let's 6to4 start... and my mobile operator does not have any 6to4 relay in their network so it seems (traceroute to the anycast 6to4 relay) that all my 6to4 packets go from Brussels/Belgium to Amsterdam in the best case or to Switzerland in the worst case. Not optimum when you are in California and you want to reach a Californian IPv6 web server
In short, I would not blame the stack (except to prefer 6to4 to IPv4)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ipv6-ops-bounces+evyncke=cisco.com at lists.cluenet.de [mailto:ipv6-ops-
> bounces+evyncke=cisco.com at lists.cluenet.de] On Behalf Of Marco Hogewoning
> Sent: mardi 16 mars 2010 9:28
> To: ipv6-ops at lists.cluenet.de
> Subject: Experiences with mobile devices ?
> Hi All,
> In an attempt to get a large and populair Dutch website available on IPv6 we
> get feedback that espcially mobile devices have trouble reaching their site.
> The problem itself is not new, neither is the solution. It's caused by
> clients thinking they have IPv6 but in fact they don't and people should
> either turn off IPv6 or fix their connection.
> But his is not what I'm after. What strikes me is that they list mobile as a
> specific problem area. I have seen a report in which the Samsung I600 running
> windows 5.0 causes problems while connected to wifi. Is there anybody who has
> such a phone who can confim it is broken by default ?
> Further I'm curious wether the 0.08% Google claims stays the same when you
> run into a a lot of mobile clients or does this grow bigger. Does anybody
> know wether there are figures available on this topic, or does anybody have a
> bright idea on how to measure this ?
> This site does weather forecasts so they are likely to have an above average
> number of mobile clients connecting, at the same time I'm not sure wether it
> really is a problem with mobile or it' just a combination of bad luck and
> statistics the complaints are about mobile.
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