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Txv6TF Winter Summit Nov 19-20 in Richardson, TX

2012-09-29

The Texas IPv6 Task Force (TXv6TF) announces its Winter 2012 IPv6 Summit in Richardson, Texas. This event will occur November 19-20, 2012 on the campus of The University of Texas at Dallas. This event is free, but pre-registration is required. Come back to register starting October 1, 2012.

More info about the event can be found here.

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47 Responses to “Txv6TF Winter Summit Nov 19-20 in Richardson, TX”

  1. Michiel says on :

    No comments on the event?

  2. Andrew Bower says on :

    Today all the directors of 6uk, the body formed in the UK to promote IPv6, have resigned claiming they were powerless to encourage IPv6 adoption. They blame the government although I’d like to know what 6uk has been doing itself all this time as the press releases have been scant…

    http://www.6uk.org.uk/2012/12/6uk-powerless-to-encourage-ipv6-adoption-board-resigns/

  3. Leo says on :

    Isn’t it time to start predicting IPv6 adoption growth, e.g. based on http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics.html ? The percentage of Google accesses over IPv6 never dropped below 0.5% since April 3, 2012; 1.0% – since February 8, 2013 (10 months difference). It looks like the 1.5% milestone will be achieved some time in early August (6 months difference). How fast will it go?

  4. JMV2009 says on :

    It looks like LACNIC is going to beat ARIN to the exhaustion date in a year or so.

    Strong ipv6 growth in Amsterdam, and Google almost at 2.5% ipv6 hits.

  5. JMV2009 says on :

    No more /8 for you!

    ARIN just breached it’s last /8. So you can not get a /8 in one piece anymore in it’s service region.

  6. JMV2009 says on :

    According to google and Cisco ipv6 statistics, 3% of requests on dual stacked servers are now ipv6 during the weekends. 1.5% was reached on June 1st 2013, 8.5 months earlier.

  7. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic just assigned a /12. Just two more contiguous available!

  8. JMV2009 says on :

    Laconic just assigned a /13. Just one contiguous /12 available for you!

  9. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic just assigned it’s last /12, and has only 4 contiguous /13s left. It is now below Ripe and Apnic whoever do consider themselves exhausted.

  10. JMV2009 says on :

    Arin just assigned two /12s only 17 to go.

  11. JMV2009 says on :

    ARIN just assigned two /12s, only 19 continuous /12s to go.

  12. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic just assigned a /14, and has only 3 contiguous /13s left.

  13. JMV2009 says on :

    Just hit 3.5% ipv6 traffic to Google. Maybe hitting 7% by years’ end.

  14. JMV2009 says on :

    ARIN just assigned a /10. Just entered phase 4, as they now also have less than 1 /8 remaining. Only 13 contiguous /12s remaining.

  15. JMV2009 says on :

    It has actually been over two years since Arian assigned a /10. This time to Akamai. This shortened the time to exhaustion by a couple of months. Note that soon, IANA will soon be redistributing the returned address space. This is almost a /10 for each Rir (to my knowledge mainly from the almost fully returned interop /8).

  16. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic just assigned it’s last /12 really this time. Last time they assigned a /12 was March 17. They have 4 /13s and 5 /14s and 8/15s available. Last time they assigned a /13 was March 31. Last time they assigned a /11 was in June 2011.

  17. JMV2009 says on :

    Arin now only has 12 contiguous /12s available, and is depleting it’s stock of smaller blocks.

  18. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic stock of /15s has gone down to 7.

  19. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is down to 3 /13s, 6 /14s and 8 /15s.

  20. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is down to 2 /13s, 6 /14s and 9 /15s.

  21. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is down to 1 /13, 6 /14s, and 9 /15s: Progress, of a sort…

  22. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic only has 42752 more left than a /9, which is the threshold for redistributing the returned IANA space. Should be almost a /10 for each RIR.

  23. JMV2009 says on :

    Actually returned space appears to be just short of 5 of /10. So each RIR will probably get a /11 next week from IANA. Maybe enough space for three weeks for Lacnic.

  24. JMV2009 says on :

    33536 addresses in excess of a /9 left for Lacnic for it to hit phase 1 exhaustion. Simultaneously, IANA will start redistributing returned address space.

  25. JMV2009 says on :

    Ipv6 users now appears to be growing at 2% per year with respect to ipv4 users, and is now up to 3.7% on google. It’s growth rate appears steady over the last nine months.

  26. jmv2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now below /9. Will IANA redistribute before Lacnic declares fase 1 exhaustion?

  27. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic declared phase 1 exhaustion. Now it is time for IANA to start redistributing.

  28. JMV2009 says on :

    It looks like iana is on the ball:

    http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-recovered-address-space/ipv4-recovered-address-space.xhtml#ipv4-recovered-address-space-2

    Just distributed a /11 to all RIR’s.

  29. JMV2009 says on :

    No more /9 for you!

    Arin has no more /9s available.

  30. jmv2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 1 /13, 5 /14s, and 9 /15s. It appears the /11 from has already been allocated, but whois has no record other then debogon.

  31. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 1 /13, 5 /14s, and 8 /15s. It appears the recovered /11 from IANA has been allocated for debogon testing for now.

  32. Grahm says on :

    JVM, see http://www.lacnic.net/web/lacnic/agotamiento-ipv4
    “This pool will be LACNIC’s last available space and will consist of a /11 block and recovered IPv4 blocks.”
    That’s when they will use IANA’s recovered /11, (as they said in the recent release).

  33. JMV2009 says on :

    At April 21, Lacnic had twice as many addresses in /15 blocks and larger as now.

  34. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 1 /13, 5 /14s and 6 /15s. At April 23, Lacnic had twice as many addresses in /15 blocks and larger remaining as now.

  35. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 1 /13, 4 /14s and 7 /15s.

  36. JMV2009 says on :

    This year to date, Lacnic assigned 3/12s, 4 /13s, 17 /14s and 18 /15s for a total of 92 /15s. Moreover, 2 /14s and 5 /15s were split up for smaller allocations for a total of 101 /15s.

    Moreover, apparently another /14 has just been assigned according to the approved requests list, giving a total of 103 /15s in 150 days. Then, with still 17 /15s left, the /15s are expected to run out in 25 days without change in policy. 27 days if they stop splitting up larger blocks for smaller allocations.

  37. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 1 /13, 3 /14s, and 7 /15s. On May 4th, they had double the number of addresses in blocks /15 or bigger.

  38. JMV2009 says on :

    The big one:
    The approved request list of Lacnic now shows 1 /13, 1 /14 and 2 /15s approved. So only 2 /14s and 5/15s remaining on Monday or Tuesday. Yesterday Lacnic had more than twice as many blocks larger than /15 left.

  39. JMV2009 says on :

    Together with the smaller approved addresses, Lacnic will have only 847616 addresses available before exhaustion.

  40. JMV2009 says on :

    Given that there are 832768 in allocations smaller or equal to a /16 for which you need at least 13 allocations, plus 1048576 in larger sizes for today’s approval list, it seems likely that the next days approved request list is the final one.

  41. JMV2009 says on :

    We should know in 72 hours.

  42. JMV2009 says on :

    For some reason, Laconic is already acting as if they have run out of large blocks: First a /12 was approved, but it was split up into a /13, a /14 and 4 /16s. Then a /14 was approved, but they gave 2 /16s, 3 /17s, and 2 /18s. They should have plenty of /16s.

  43. ipv4depletion says on :

    @JMV2009,

    The two allocations you are referring to is for Mexico and Brazil. They have their own pool in those countries and I think they gave them smaller blocks for that reason, the intention is not to use them as one large block anyway, but to sub-delegate them to incoming requests in those countries. Both NIC Mexico (NIC.MX) and NIC Brazil (NIC.br) manage their tickets independently from LACNIC

    Even so, It should not be long until LACNIC reaches the next phase and start to allocate /22 or /24 as largest block once every 6 months.

  44. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 2 /14s and 5 /15s.

  45. JMV2009 says on :

    Somehow, the stock of LACNIC only dropped by approx. 1,200,000 addresses.

  46. jmv2009 says on :

    Lacnic is now down to 2 /14s and 4 /15s, amounting to 1,048,576 addresses. Lacnic has 1286144 addresses left until (phase 2) exhaustion.

  47. JMV2009 says on :

    Lacnic declares itself exhausted.

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