Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
By December 2021, global IPv6 adoption had passed 29% as networks continued to deploy IPv6. With IPv6 in China taking off, and one of the largest Content Distribution Networks, Akamai, being a major driver of IPv6 adoption over the last decade, IPv6 continued to be a popular topic on the blog. Here are three of the best:
- IPv6 adoption in 2021 — Investigating the average IPv6 capability per economy over a few days in June 2020 versus the most recent similar averages for 2021.
- IPv6 fragmentation loss in 2021 — Has the situation with fragmented IPv6 packets changed in the past four years?
- Docker IPv6 networking, routing, and NDP proxying — How to specify an IPv6 address, in the range assigned by an ISP, for outgoing connections from an Atlas container.
That wraps up APNIC’S annual ‘Three of the best’ series for 2021. Be sure to let us know in the comments if your favourite wasn’t on the lists, and what you’d like to see more of next year.
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