Last week, the I root DNS server turned on IPv6. Currently, it’s only enabled at the Stockholm node.


Here’s a Google Map showing locations of IPv6-enable DNS root servers. Global nodes are in red; local nodes in blue:


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Almost all of the DNS roots now have at least some of their nodes IPv6-enabled. Unfortunately, they see very little traffic over IPv6. The H root, for example, sees only about 3% of their traffic over IPv6. This is an improvement over 2008, but it’s still depressing.