Poll Result: Would you pay extra for IPv6 support in hardware/software?

Your awnser: No
My awnser: Maybe, But that depends on the kind of support. Almost 46.04% (of which 28.5% says Yes) will ‘Maybe’ pay for support when needed. Thats just a little less then all the Nay-sayers.

If there is enough demand for IPv6 support in a product a lot of people are willing to pay to get what they need!

Poll Result: Would you pay extra for IPv6 support in hardware/software

These results are based on 407 votes.

New Poll: Have you ever tried to get somebody to support IPv6 in their services/products or are you going to?

With more then 400 votes on the last poll it is time for a fresh new question. The definite answer of the last poll will be posted next week.

Have you ever tried to get somebody to support IPv6 in their services/products or are you going to?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Why would i do that?
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    If you answered yes and you want to share your story please comment below!

    Result poll: Do your have IPv6 at your home network?

    pollThe results from the previous poll have been processed by our IPv6 enabled process-monkeys (that being me).

     

    Hopefully it shows a little about what the current number of IPv6 connections at people’s homes are. Based on the target group of this website (tech based).

     

    The question was, Do you have IPv6 at your home network?, was answered with the following results:

    Total votes:  282

     

    Yes: 159  (~56%):
    88 votes via IPv6, 71 via IPv4.
    From those 88 voters about ~36% was using an IPv6 tunnel.*

     

    No: 123 (~44%):
    6 votes via IPv6, 117 via IPv4
    From those 6 voters about ~50% was using an IPv6 tunnel.*

     

    But what does this mean? Well the people who voted yes (56%) more then half voted using an IPv6 connection. And from those about 36% was using a tunnel, or you could say that 64% has a native IPv6 connection!

     

    And that more then half of the voters have an IPv6 network at home! And thats quiet a lot! But ofcourse we have to realize that the people who voted are on this website because it is IPv6 related, and therefor there is a bigger chance that he/she has an IPv6 enabled network at home.

     

    And if you are reading this, don’t forget to vote on the new poll!

     

    *Method used is searching for know tunnel prefixes from tunnel brokers.
    We won’t stand by our results but we do stand by our methodologies.

    New poll: What is the solution for IPv6 usage?

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    After 280 votes on the last poll i have decided to put a new poll online. The results of the previous poll will be online asap.


    The new poll is based on the question what would benefit the usage of IPv6 the most. If you want to comment on your vote you can do so in the comments of this post!


    So don’t wait any longer and vote!