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cholzhauer

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Results from World IPv6 Day
« on: June 09, 2011, 06:30:58 AM »

I'm curious to see if other people experienced the same traffic spike as we did.  According to vnstat, our traffic was way up for 6/8/11

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      06/01/11    284.86 MiB |   54.37 MiB |  339.23 MiB |   32.16 kbit/s
      06/02/11    176.55 MiB |   33.79 MiB |  210.34 MiB |   19.94 kbit/s
      06/03/11    117.47 MiB |   25.39 MiB |  142.86 MiB |   13.55 kbit/s
      06/04/11     21.87 MiB |    6.84 MiB |   28.72 MiB |    2.72 kbit/s
      06/05/11     18.15 MiB |    4.73 MiB |   22.88 MiB |    2.17 kbit/s
      06/06/11    196.03 MiB |   41.81 MiB |  237.84 MiB |   22.55 kbit/s
      06/07/11    262.03 MiB |   44.90 MiB |  306.94 MiB |   29.10 kbit/s
      06/08/11    640.72 MiB |   76.85 MiB |  717.58 MiB |   68.04 kbit/s
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Re: Results from World IPv6 Day
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2011, 07:13:56 AM »

At the office I noted a little traffic...
(Hope the graphs show up, added direct links just in case)


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Re: Results from World IPv6 Day
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2011, 06:15:58 PM »

Well, seeing is, I finally got back to putting the connection back up 2 days ago, and I didn't get my friends over for a Crysis gaming party, I was not able to impact the net as much as I should have.


LOL>  but, I was online watching some what was going on with companies and their testing.  Some companies were saying they were not having problems with their connections.  I actually noticed several companies were having problems with connecting IPv4.  I think some companies strictly resolving IPv6 more than IPv4 if that makes since.  I could not get to the IPv4 side of their websites.  If I could, it took a long to time to come up. 
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