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Maior parte dos sites com IPv6 fica no Go Daddy

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http://www.readwriteweb.com/enterprise/2011/11/godaddy-accounts-for-lions-sha.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+readwriteweb+%28ReadWriteWeb%29

The surprising results of an IPv6 census conducted by the Measurement Factory and sponsored by Infoblox are that the lion's share of actual working IPv6 nodes are being hosted by Go Daddy. I know, any excuse to plug their spokesmodel Danica Patrick is shameless, but what is really going on here?

In their census, the number of active IPv6 addresses went from 1.27% of all overall IP addresses in the 2010 sample to 25.4% in the 2011 sample. And more than 80% of the v6 addresses are being hosted by Go Daddy.

Go Daddy's Chief Technology Officer, Dave Koopman, told us that "Go Daddy sees IPv6 enabled services as critical to the continued growth of the Internet. Go Daddy has completed Glue records, /32 allocations from ARIN, RIPE and APNIC with transit to all of our data centers worldwide, and most recently, as noted, our entire 30MM+ customer DNS system is running on IPv6 dual stack. Soon, we'll have IPv6 on our Dedicated, Virtual Dedicated, and Fourth-Generation Web Hosting. All of Go Daddy corporate websites and products will use IPv6 dual stack" eventually. Here is somewhat dated but a more complete explanation and links to their implementation.

"Go Daddy's adoption of IPv6 illustrates how a single large registrar can have substantial influence on global IPv6 adoption," according to the release that accompanied the census results.

According to the census, which was done by scanning .com, org and .net domains, the majority of IPv6 nodes were not Web and email servers, which have been slow to pick up the new protocols. "Registrars often run mail and Web servers for their customers but most do not yet support IPv6 on those servers, indicating adoption by major registrars could result in more substantial gains in IPv6 adoption," the report stated.

Infoblox suggested some next steps to help improve IPv6 penetration:

Registrars should start fully supporting IPv6, externally on name servers and their email and web servers.

End-user organizations should ask their registrars about plans to support IPv6 and consider alternatives if they don't get a good answer.

End-user organizations should make sure they have a DNS implementation that fully supports IPv6.

Infoblox is a global leader in automated IT network control solutions and has several tools to handle IP address management.

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Então pessoal, já está todo mundo com IPv6 ?

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Interessante a noticia, mas respondendo a sua pergunta:

Não

Quase ninguem está correndo atrás disso... quero ver quando os IPv4 acabar de vez (Pra alocar já não tem mais), quando esgotar IP de datacenters... ai o povo vai ficar igual loco atras... rsrs

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Interessante a noticia, mas respondendo a sua pergunta:

Não

Quase ninguem está correndo atrás disso... quero ver quando os IPv4 acabar de vez (Pra alocar já não tem mais), quando esgotar IP de datacenters... ai o povo vai ficar igual loco atras... rsrs

No caso de datacenters, todo o buzz em VPS e Cloud só aumenta a demanda de IPs. Hospedagem compartilhada é tudo com um IP só, o pessoal só usa IPs por site em SSL por desconhecerem SNI, e quando acabarem os IPs provavelmente aprenderão rápido a respeito e farão mesmo sites SSL de hospesdagem compartilhada com IP único.

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No caso de datacenters, todo o buzz em VPS e Cloud só aumenta a demanda de IPs. Hospedagem compartilhada é tudo com um IP só, o pessoal só usa IPs por site em SSL por desconhecerem SNI, e quando acabarem os IPs provavelmente aprenderão rápido a respeito e farão mesmo sites SSL de hospesdagem compartilhada com IP único.

E certamente depois de disso vão se interessar menos ainda em IPv6, que só será adotado em situação de colapso total.


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Todas conexões do brasil já estão preparadas para IPv6?

Exemplo, se um site grande como o globo.com virar para IPv6 quais os principais problemas encontrados.

Sei que IPv4 não se comunica com IPv6 por padrão, tem que ter roteador.

As operadoras hoje já tem uma estrutura que suporta isso?


Confira! www.hospedagemgenial.com.br/

Atenciosamente,

Shaollin Rocon

Gestão de Clientes.

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