Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
Discussion about IPv6 started with a bang in 2016 as Google announced IPv6 adoption surpassed 10%. This figure has steadily grown to exceed 15% during the year as more networks continue to deploy IPv6.
Here are the top three posts on IPv6 in 2016:
- IPv6 deployment survey: the results – Jordi Palet Martinez shares the results from his IPv6 deployment survey.
- IPv6 fixed broadband: a Thai success story – AIS Fibre share their experience becoming Thailand’s first ISP to transition to dual-stack IPv6 / IPv4 for fixed broadband.
- Let’s talk about IPv6 DNS64 & DNSSEC – Jen Linkova explains how IPv6-only hosts can access IPv4-only parts of the Internet using NAT64 in conjunction with DNS64.
What is your organization’s plan for deploying IPv6 in 2017?
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