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After last year's IPv6 issues, I was wondering what the status is of IPv6
support across NZ ISPs. I couldn't find that data in any one place, so I've
been pulling it together myself, into a Google Sheet:
This is primarily focused around residential ISPs, and the status of their
IPv6 support for 'regular' customers. I'm interested in three things:
* Is IPv6 supported - fully or trial?
* What prefix lengths are given to customers
* Are static allocations available?"
I've got data on 11 ISPs so far, with requests out for another 3. This
covers the majority of end-user connections in NZ. There are of course many
more niche ISPs, and I'm happy to add their info. You can see that support
is generally poor, which is probably why Google says we're only doing ~0.6%
Comments + Updates welcome. Once I've got a bit more data, this will
probably go into a more permanent home. If we get enough data, we could
break out into residential vs business vs co-location IPv6 support.
I am aware of at least a couple of ISPs that are doing IPv6 trials, and
when they go live, it will significantly shift the overall IPv6 penetration
rate in NZ. But those trials are still mostly internal only, and you can
only get on them if you know the right people. If the regular public can't
get onto those trials, then I think they should be listed as "Unsupported"
- too many ISPs have made noises about running trials years ago, but never
got around to actually launching. You know who you are.
On 26/01/15 21:37, "Brent Marquis" <Brent.Marquis(a)chorus.co.nz> wrote:
>>Only affect PPPoE->PPPoA translation
>This also means that IPv6 over VDSL (PTM) should be fine.
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Simon Allard
>IPV6 doesn’t work on Chorus EUBA on some line card types
>Only affect PPPoE->PPPoA translation
>PPPoE end to end is fine.
>Chorus say IPV6 not supported on EUBA
>Customer numbers effected are smallish.
Just to clarify, if a customer uses PVC 0/110 (Ethernet), there is no
issue, right? We have lots of sites on EUBA using 0/110 and haven’t had
any problems with IPv6, ditto for WVS.
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Unfortunately, "those who have bothered to implement it" appear to be commercially inconsequential in the residential and mobile broadband markets.
According to Andrew Cushen's recent blog post (at http://tinyurl.com/nvdxgh2), Spark, Vodafone and Callplus (= Orcon and Slingshot) between them own 94% of the residential broadband market, and of them Orcon says it has a 'trial' IPv6 offering, all the others Just Say No.
Vodafone, Spark and two Degrees of course own 100% of the mobile broadband market, and none of them appear to offer IPv6.
I'm afraid that v6 traffic is going to continue to be down amongst the noise until either Vodafone or Spark come to the IPv6 party
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From: nznog-bounces(a)list.waikato.ac.nz [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Pete Mundy
Sent: Monday, 26 January 2015 5:37 p.m.
Subject: Re: [nznog] IPv6 support across NZ ISPs
Agreed! Back-pats to those who have bothered to implement it. I know I base my purchasing decisions on it's availability.
FWIW we went through a process of finding co-lo package providers that would provide IP space, bandwidth and physical hosting for our PBX equipment around 12 months ago and one of the pre-requisites was the ability to provision us IPv6 space. I was disappointed to find that only 3 of the 10 NZ providers we approached were able to offer it! Most said "it's on the roadmap, but not yet". Some just said "no".
In the end we selected two of the providers that could, and we are very happy with the service from both. Hat tips to both Vibe and Unleash/Solarix; your IPv6 support was a significant part of what got you our custom :)
Server colo (or VPS') are a different market than home DSL or UFB, but I think it could be interesting & useful to have some sort of matrix of IPv6 availability in that sector too. And 'business' UFB/HSNS/VSDL etc too for that matter. I do hope my 30% hit rate isn't an accurate indicator...
On 26/01/2015, at 10:38 AM, Alastair Johnson <aj(a)sneep.net<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
Nice work by FX. Keep it up.
(and good work to the others that are offering IPv6 as compiled by Lindsay's list - also good work)
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