[ipv6hackers] List of IPv6-only services?

Antonio M. Moreiras moreiras at nic.br
Thu Oct 25 16:54:15 CEST 2012

I have tested some of the ipv6-only sites from the list bellow manually,
choosing by case. Some of them redirected me to an error page (not
found, 404, etc), the others were specific ipv6 test sites, with
messages regarding ipv6.

I think that real ipv6-only websites and services are not to be seen in
the short run. Who would deploy such a service, and why? Just a small,
very very small, percent of the Internet users would have access to it.

The justification against this kind of providers is already out there:
the lack of ipv4 addresses.


On 25-10-2012 07:32, Tomas Podermanski wrote:
> Hi,
>     the information you are looking for is available on
> http://networking.vutbr.cz/live-statistics/ - link "IPv6 only sites".
> There are separate lists of domains having web, mail services or name
> servers reachable only via IPv6.
> However if we look at he list of IPv6 only web sites
> (http://networking.vutbr.cz/live-statistics/lookup/?v=web_ipv6) there no
> single site the you can't live without :-).
> The data is based on more than 5 mln. domains (added every day) - so
> worldwide percentage of IPv6 only sites is 0.00089%.
> Tomas
> On 10/24/12 10:05 PM, Jo Rhett wrote:
>> I'm wondering if there is a handy list of IPv6-only services. Not things like ipv6.google.com which is available over v4, but things which you simply can't get to without IPv6 which are not just testing points.
>> The purpose is to use as justification against providers who are continuing to stall in providing IPv6 service.

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