Hi Jesse

Yes ☺ So far so good in that respect. We are also seeing Ipv6 Preferred vs capable APNIC stats being very close together which tells me that the browsers are not having to fall back to V4 for performance reasons.

We also had a false start with some CPE issues a year back, but should be onwards and upwards from here.



From: Jesse Archer [mailto:jesse@fullflavour.co.nz]
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Subject: Re: [nznog] Orcon IPv6 Rollout

Hi Simon,

By customer feedback being positive - does that mean they aren't noticing (and therefore reporting) their service degrade? 

If so that is positive.

Another NZ RSP recently rolled out v6 only to pull it back when it broke things for the end user.





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On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 11:59 AM, Simon Allard <Simon.Allard@m2group.co.nz> wrote:
Hi NZNog
 
Riding on the coat tails of the Stuff IPv6 post (which is really cool btw!).
 
Over the last few weeks we have been rolling out Ipv6 dual stack on the Orcon customer base. We targeted this brand as the CPE’s we give to customers has support for IPv6. (Some modems require firmware upgrades which we are pushing out). If this goes well for us, we will review Ipv6 for the other brands in the new year.
 
Currently just supporting ipv6 on the xDSL product range, with UFB coming in the new year.
 
Seeing some really good stats coming through on the APNIC Ipv6 Stats page (http://stats.labs.apnic.net/ipv6/AS17746) – The 1 month view shows the best trend. Still very early days and I expect to see that number grow as CPE firmware gets pushed out and customers reconnect to get their IPV6 PD.
 
Feedback from customers has been positive :D
 
Any questions please drop me a line
 
Cheers,
Si
 
 

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