IPv6 adoption starting to add up to real numbers: 0.6 percent | Ars Technica

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IPv6 adoption starting to add up to real numbers: 0.6 percent | Ars Technica.

This paper finds creative ways to analyze Internet traffic in order to evaluate the proportion of IPv6 traffic. IPv6 was designed in order to compensate for the shortage of IPv4 addresses.

Depending on the part if the network investigated, the researchers find out that the trafiic ranges from 1oth of percent to several percents.