Transition to ipv6 have you already done it (business/enterprise)?

Which network are you using now?


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freebuser

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Recently I have started to DualStack my online services and wondered how many of us actually started/completed the conversion?

Please share your experience/issues and future plans too..
 

drhowarddrfine

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Someone, maybe you, already did a poll or asked this same question just recently. You should search for that thread and go from there.
 

Max212

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@OP, I was recently asking the similar question with poll.
You can find the answers/results there:

 
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freebuser

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@OP, I was recently asking the similar question with poll.
You can find the answers/results there:


Thanks for pointing out, but I was interested on an overall implementation (businesses and enterprises includes) rather than just home networks.
 
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freebuser

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Someone, maybe you, already did a poll or asked this same question just recently. You should search for that thread and go from there.

Thanks for pointing out, but I was interested on an overall implementation (businesses and enterprises includes) rather than just home networks.
 

neel

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I usually run dual-stack on home clients and cloud/dedicated servers.

My home servers are sadly IPv4-only since CenturyLink's 6rd is flakey, especially with Tor relays, and I find it easier to use one Dynamic DNS entry than multiple. I could go with Comcast which has much better IPv6 but that would mean living under a data cap and slow uploads (since CenturyLink has FTTH to me not DSL).
 
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