Ratio of IPv4 and IPv6 hosts

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By using a specific trick (collecting IPv6 statistics about clients of some specific web servers), we counted 0 hosts (since midnight UTC):
  • 0 IPv4 only hosts;
  • 0 dual stack hosts where IPv6 is preferred (like Windows XP & Linux) or IPv6 only hosts;
  • 0 dual stack hosts where IPv4 is preferred (like Windows Vista);
Therefore unknown% of Internet hosts are IPv6 enabled (not counting hosts with IPv6 enabled but without good IPv6 connectivity):
  • 0 host(s) with native IPv6 connectivity;
  • 0 host(s) using 6to4 tunnels (including 0 routers/home gateways);
  • 0 host(s) using ISATAP tunnels;
  • 0 host(s) using Teredo tunnels;
  • 0 Freebox(es).

Browsers and Operating Systems

Statistics about iOS visitors (or do you want any type of addresses, only IPv4 or only IPv6 or only IPv6-preferred or only IPv4-preferred dual-stack or only Freebox IPv6 or only 6to4 IPv6 or only Teredo IPv6 or addresses? Or do you want only Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7 or Windows 8 or Mac OS X or iOS machines?
Operating SystemCount

Teredo Servers

FrequencyIPv4 Address of Teredo Server

The last 10 accesses

DateIPv4IPv6RefererUser Agent

The last 10 IPv6 accesses iOS visitors

If an IPv4 address is displayed, this means that the host preferred to use IPv4 vs. IPv6; IPv6 is used only when it was explicitely redirected to http://[2001:...]/...
DateIPv4IPv6RefererUser Agent

Historical Data for all sites

OS with IPv6

OS% of IPv6-able Error grouping IPv6 hosts:Expression #3 of SELECT list is not in GROUP BY clause and contains nonaggregated column 'count.countv6_os.os_mobile' which is not functionally dependent on columns in GROUP BY clause; this is incompatible with sql_mode=only_full_group_by