[LACNIC/Politicas] Lectura de mitad de semana, "Addressing in 2016"

Azael Fernandez Alcantara afaza at unam.mx
Wed Feb 1 23:20:22 BRST 2017

Buen Dia,

Les comparto este articulo de Geoff Huston, en la tercera y ultima parte 
es principalmente sobre IPv6.

Sin lugar a dudas, varios puntos a reflexionar, y destaca un par de paises 
de nuestra region.

Cito algunas partes:
"Today's Internet is close to 100% IPv4 and around 10% IPv6."

"Comparing 2015 to 2016, the number of individual allocations of IPv6 
address space has risen by some 20%. By contrast, the number of IPv4 
allocations has fallen by 16% in this same period". (Table 11).

Justo antes de la ultima parte:

".. registries and service operators do not feel as constrained with 
their address management practices with IPv6, and are willing to 
operate with very low address utilization efficiencies....IPv6 appears to 
have succeeded!"

There has been much in the way of progress in the transition to IPv6 in 
2016, but that does not necessarily mean that other providers will follow 
the lead."

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