[arin-ppml] ARIN-2019-19 Require IPv6 before receiving Section 8 IPv4 Transfers

JORDI PALET MARTINEZ jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Mon Jan 20 17:13:05 EST 2020


And furthermore, he is not considering that *most* of the traffic today is from the caches (hosted by the ISPs) to the subscribers, so this is never passing via the IX.

For example, a Netflix cache, got a copy (via IPv6) of film "A", but is being used by 10.000 subscribers in that ISP. The total traffic is not the one measured by the IX, but 10.000 times that one.

This is the reason we have more and more CDNs and caches in the ISPs, to avoid this traffic consuming upstreams and IX bandwith.

Regards,
Jordi
@jordipalet
 
 

El 20/1/20 23:09, "arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net en nombre de theone at uneedus.com" <arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net en nombre de theone at uneedus.com> escribió:

    You are using an IX whose peers are almost all based in Europe, which is 
    RIPE region.  Do you have any similar data involving major exchange points 
    over here in ARIN?
    
    According to Google inbound traffic reports, IPv6 is much less adopted in 
    Europe than the USA.  If you want to cite IPv6 growth, or lack thereof, it 
    would be much more helpful to cite similar data at internet exchanges in 
    North America, and specifically in the USA.
    
    Albert Erdmann
    Network Administrator
    Paradise On Line Inc.
    
    
    On Mon, 20 Jan 2020, Michel Py wrote:
    
    >> Mark Andrews wrote :
    >> First peak in July 29.41% - Jan 18 30.39%.  Still going up.
    >
    > Great. Another 75 years to wait, at that rate.
    >
    > Compare (over a year):
    >
    > IPv6
    > https://stats.ams-ix.net/cgi-bin/stats/sflow_grapher?type=ipv6;interval=yearly;scale=normal;counter=bps
    >
    > IPv4
    > https://stats.ams-ix.net/cgi-bin/stats/16all?imgformat=png;target=totalall;interval=yearly
    >
    > It does not take a statistician or a rocket scientist to tell which of these two graphs shows growth.
    > Same data, from the same switches.
    >
    >
    > https://stats.ams-ix.net/sflow/ether_type.html
    > IPv6 is not even 3%, including private interconnects.
    >
    > Not even 200 Gb/s of peak traffic :
    > https://stats.ams-ix.net/sflow/ipv6.html
    >
    > Compared to 7 Tb/s total.
    > https://stats.ams-ix.net/index.html
    > Michel.
    >
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