[ipv6hackers] Dual Stack performance

Geoff Huston gih at apnic.net
Thu Dec 1 04:54:23 CET 2011

So I did some hacking  that might get over Cameron's threshold.

Not to build anything, but to look at the dual stack world.

I set up a packet tracer, a bunch of OSes on VMs with a set of browsers, a dual stack service and a set of URLs that are broken in various ways.

And the results are here...http://www.potaroo.net/ispcol/2011-12/esotropia.html

(If anyone has an android device that is IPv6 capable and wants to send me DNS and port 80 tcpdump traces of the device attempting to connect to the URLs listed at the end of the article I'd be grateful)



On 01/12/2011, at 1:09 PM, Cameron Byrne wrote:

> To help me sort through the mail on this list, please include the
> following tags in the subject.  I believe 99% of the mail can be
> categorized in the first 3
> 1.  [ipv6 high fives]  IPv6 people patting themselves on the back, "i
> told you so" ...
> 2.  [ipv6 religion] discussion of ULA being evil, subnet sizes, NAT is
> bad, explaining to people how there is only one way to run an IPv6
> network...
> 3.  [advertisements]  services you are offering, including training
> classes you are providing
> 4.  [Something useful]  this is the one i plan to read
> All joking aside, i don't think this list has lived up to its name
> yet.  I will give it a little while longer before sending a mail to
> the list asking how to unsubscribe (ha!)
> cb

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