Friday, July 27, 2012

The IPv6 DFZ just passed 10.000 prefixes

I noticed the IPv6 Default Free Zone just tipped over 10.000 prefixes. I think this is quite a milestone! Go IPv6!

The data was taken from the RING Looking Glass, which is part of the NLNOG RING project. The RING Looking Glass takes full BGP feeds from ± 20 organisations.

BTW, as an apples and peaches comparison: the IPv4 full routing table currently is roughly 415.000 prefixes. Live IPv4 and IPv6 graphs can be viewed here (RING) and here (Potaroo).

1 comment:

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