Four months ago we reported that the AMS-IX achieved 2 Gbps of IPv6 traffic. Since then there hasn’t been much growth of IPv6 traffic at AMS-IX.
The Gemand Internet Exchange (DE-CIX) however has seen a steady increase of IPv6 traffic (as well as IPv4) these last few weeks and as of today broke the 2 Gbps barrier with 2.14 Gbps of IPv6 traffic.
The total peak traffic at DE-CIX today was 1240.4 Gbps of which 2.14 Gbps was IPv6, that is 0.172%. These days the AMS-IX also has 0.172% of IPv6 traffic, this is unfortunately less the the 0.285% we reported back in October 2009.