> In the end, I became convinced that Google were mistaken in some fashion
> - I simply don't see evidence that we have IPv6 brokenness, and
> certainly not to the 2% level - so I cheated and changed the query
> source of our resolvers to dodge the blacklist. Once done, we ran at our
> "usual" rate of 100-200Mbit/sec of IPv6.
I also have a feeling that they aremistaken in some way - as we've
been shipping > 300mbit of ipv6 traffic for eg google/youtube for
past months and not had cases from end users saying they couldnt see
a video of a cat doing something silly etc -
we definately need more feedback from google - eg client ipv4/ipv6 address
rather than just the DNS...