Networks Announcing IPv6 – One Year Later
12 Mar 2012
About a year ago, we shared some graphs that showed the percentage of IPv6 enabled networks over time. More precisely, it showed the percentage of Autonomous Systems (ASes) that announced one or more IPv6 prefixes in the global routing table. The results for the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) were described in an earlier CircleID post: Uptake of IPv6 in All Regions and on RIPE Labs.
Back when those articles were posted, the percentage of ASes announcing one or more IPv6 prefixes in the five Regional Internet Registry (RIR) service regions were approximately: APNIC 10%, RIPE NCC 8.5%, LACNIC 8.5%, AfriNIC 6% and ARIN 5%.
We looked at the progress since then. In the image below you can see the current status in all regions.
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