Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Netherlands IPv6 - KPN versus Ziggo

Based on the measurements from Worldipv6launch you can see the status of IPv6 in the Netherlands of the two biggest ISPs KPN and Ziggo (October 2016):


Hacked together in one overview with KPN in orange and Ziggo in red:




So:

  • KPN is at 9% IPv6 traffic, with a nice rise in August and September 2016: +3% in two months.
  • Ziggo is at 8% IPv6 traffic, and ... going down. Ziggo's IPv6 rollout looked very promising in Q1-2016 going from about 1% to almost 9%, but since then it's declining. So that looks like Ziggo has stopped deploying IPv6 to more customers. EDIT: or Ziggo is migrating users from the UPC-AS to Ziggo-AS without giving them IPv6?
I'm curious what the situation will be in a few months. To be continued ...

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Netflix, IPv6 and "You seem to be using an unblocker or proxy."

Trying to watch a movie via Netflix, I get:

Whoops, something went wrong...
Streaming Error
You seem to be using an unblocker or proxy. Please turn off any of these services and try again. For more help, visit netflix.com/proxy. 

Error Code: M7111-1331-5059


The cause seems to be that I use an IPv6 tunnel (from Hurrican Electric). See http://seclists.org/nanog/2016/Jun/26 .
Great ... :-(

I don't understand why Netflix doesn't use IPv4 to detect the real origin of the customer, and then offers the 'correct'/meant offering via IPv6.


Anyway. Workarounds:





Wednesday, June 1, 2016

IPv6 traffic is the majority of my Internet traffic


Interesting: IPv6 traffic is the majority of my Internet traffic at home: 54%. And IPv4 is the minority.

Calculation (thanks to the MRTG monitoring of my router):

  • IPv6 traffic has an average of 366.0 kb/s
  • Total IPv4+IPv6 traffic has an average of 676.4 kb/s

So divide those numbers IPv6 by total traffic: 366/676 = 54% IPv6 traffic.

The explanation is quite easy: the well-known high-traffic sites (youtube, google, facebook) are IPv6-enabled.

PS: If "an average 676.4 kb/s" sounds low: that's almost 7GB per day. Rule of thumb: 100 kbps average is 1GB per day.

MRTG overview of my traffic: Green is total traffic, Blue is IPv6. Note there are only two IPv4-spikes.


Youtube: IPv6-only:







Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Nice tool to find info about IPv6 addresses

The site http://ipinfo.io/ offers info about IPv6 addressess:

$ curl ipinfo.io/2001:888:0:18::80
{
  "ip": "2001:888:0:18::80",
  "hostname": "www.xs4all.nl",
  "city": null,
  "country": "NL",
  "loc": "52.5000,5.7500",
  "org": "AS3265 Xs4all Internet BV"
}

If you only want the country:

$ curl ipinfo.io/2001:888:0:18::80/country
NL

To find your own country ;-)

$ python -c "import urllib2; print urllib2.urlopen(urllib2.Request('http://ipinfo.io/country', headers={'User-Agent' : 'curl'})).read() "

NL


Let's try HTTPS:

$ curl https://ipinfo.io/2001:888:0:18::80
SSL access is restricted to paid plans. See http://ipinfo.io/pricing for more details

... ah ... pity.

Friday, March 25, 2016

Ziggo at 8% IPv6 ... but has turned it off again?

That looks impressive: according to worldipv6launch Ziggo is at 8% IPv6 traffic (from 1% one month earlier):





But does this tweet between @iljitsch and @ziggowebcare mean Ziggo has turnef off IPv6?


Tuesday, December 22, 2015

IPv6 in NL per 9th December 2015



The IPv6 percentages of the Netherlands ISPs as of December 9, 2015:

XS4ALL 58.10%
KPN 5.52%
ZeelandNet 4.51%
Solcon 4.22%
Ziggo 0.32%
UNET 0.22%

Xs4all has risen 5% in only 2 months (http://ipv6-or-no-ipv6.blogspot.nl/2015/11/kpn-is-now-above-5-ipv6-deployment.html) ... impressive! Oh, wait ... Xs4all's measurement is going up and down:




Source: http://www.worldipv6launch.org/measurements/


Monday, November 2, 2015

KPN is now above 5% IPv6 deployment

KPN is now (October 2015) above 5% IPv6 deployment. Not much IPv6 development on Ziggo's side.


$ lynx --dump "http://www.worldipv6launch.org/apps/ipv6week/measurement/timeline-nets.html" | egrep -i -e "kpn|ziggo|xs4all|solcon|telfort|upc|zeeland|caiw" | awk '{ print $2 " " $NF }' | sort -u -k2,2 -r

XS4ALL 53.91%
KPN 5.13%
Solcon 3.94%
ZeelandNet 3.77%
Ziggo 0.24%




XS4ALL 53.91%
KPN 5.13%
Solcon 3.94%
ZeelandNet 3.77%
Ziggo 0.24%