Great news for IPv6

Matthias Cramer matthias.cramer at
Tue Oct 26 09:46:34 CEST 2010


I can reach all of the tested sites over IPv6 from Switzerland.



On 10/26/2010 09:42 AM, Tore Anderson wrote:
> Hello all,
> * Martin Millnert
>> good news indeed.   Here's to hoping that some sites in .se can do the
>> same.   I wonder if they buy the argument "If it works in Norway ...",
>> considering ancient .se/.no rivalry. ;)
> I think has had IPv6 for a very long time already, actually.
> Otherwise we have IPv6-enabled data centres in .se too so we'll be happy
> to help host Swedish sites that want dual-stack.  ;-)
>> Looking forward to seeing the results.  Might well prove to be very
>> useful as the 26th coincides with a certain internet conference in
>> Stockholm ( )  (Can we get results
>> quickely-quick, pretty please? :) )
>> Good luck folks, and all the best for the test.
> Thanks!  The test is already underway, so far so good.  Started at 0900
> CEST so not all resovlers have picked up the AAAAs yet.  Participating
> are and all of A-pressens regional papers (see
> and find clickable links at, do
> feel free to surf around and verify that it looks OK and that IPv6 is used.
> Also both A-pressen and VG has published some blog posts about this
> ( & - VG linked to it from its
> front page, too.  So far I've had 17726 people running the test at
> - 28 were warned about Teredo/6to4 use and 168 had
> dualstack failures.  However these numbers are strongly biased towards
> failures, as VG has put up a javascript on their front page that detects
> broken IPv6 and pops up a little warning box that links the user to the
> blog post (which in turn links to the test page).
> Note that the test page gives the green light regardless of IPv6 or IPv4
> being used for retrieving the dualstacked test element (but the text is
> slightly more enthusiastic if IPv6 is used).
> Let me know if you have any more questions!
> Best regards,

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