Understanding IPv6 Populations in the Wild

@inproceedings{Karir2013UnderstandingIP,
  title={Understanding IPv6 Populations in the Wild},
  author={Manish Karir and Geoff Huston and George Michaelson and Michael Bailey},
  booktitle={PAM},
  year={2013}
}
  • Manish Karir, Geoff Huston, +1 author Michael Bailey
  • Published in PAM 2013
  • Computer Science
  • With the global exhaustion of the IPv4 address pool, there has been significant interest in understanding the adoption of IPv6. Previous studies have shown that IPv6 traffic continues to be a very small fraction of the overall total traffic in any network, but its use is gradually increasing. Utilizing a novel display advertising approach to reach behind NAT and other firewall devices, we engage in a seven-month study of IPv6 in which we observe 14M unique IPv6 addresses including native IPv6… CONTINUE READING

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