Telenor Norway has had an pretty steep growth in IPv6 enabled subscribers since the summer. We are the larges ISP in Norway, so rollouts we do usually are somewhat reflected in the graphs. On the fixed access (DSL and fiber) we had approx. 60.000 lines 1. oct. Today (24.oct) we have more than 100.000 lines activated. Yet the graph for Norway shows an flattening in the same time period. https://www.vyncke.org/ipv6status/compare.php?metric=p&countries=no.
-Erik ________________________________________ Fra: ipv6-ops-bounces+erik.taraldsen=telenor....@lists.cluenet.de [ipv6-ops-bounces+erik.taraldsen=telenor....@lists.cluenet.de] på vegne av Sander Steffann [san...@steffann.nl] Sendt: 24. oktober 2014 02:25 Til: Erik Nygren Kopi: Eric Vyncke; firstname.lastname@example.org Emne: Re: Google IPv6 measurements in Europe appear heading down... Hi Erik, > Not seeing this in the Akamai data. See for Germany and Belgium. Your graphs show the best results (even going over 30% occasionally for Belgium) so let's go with your data. :) Cheers, Sander /me likes picking the data that best represents what I *want* to see ;)