Why No IPv6?

It’s currently 2018 and it has been nearly 25 years since the work began on the IPv6 protocol specifications. We have come a long way since then, surpassing milestones like allocating the last, big IPV4 address blocks in 2011 to IEFT declaring IPv6 as an Internet Standard in 2017. Sadly, only a fraction of the top one million websites today is IPv6-compliant.

So today we need to start shaming. Shame! Shame! Shame!
Prepare for the future, dual-stack today!


Alexa Top 1 Million Websites - tagged by IPv6-compatibility

As a part of this shaming-strategy, we supply all interested parties with an updated list over Alexa’s top 1 million websites and their corresponding (lack of) IPv6 support clearly stated.
Each of the listed websites (top 100) lack an AAAA-record. In addition the nameserver-support for IPv6 is displayed.


Some statistics

Out of the top 1000 Alexa sites, only 309 has IPv6 enabled, and 725 of them use nameservers with IPv6 enabled.
Of the total 902708 sites only 19% of them have IPv6. This is a huge shame!


Alexa Rank Website IPv6 NS IPv6
4 baidu.com
6 reddit.com
10 taobao.com
11 tmall.com
12 twitter.com
13 amazon.com
14 vk.com
16 sohu.com
17 sina.com.cn
18 jd.com
21 360.cn
26 twitch.tv
27 login.tmall.com
30 pornhub.com
34 xvideos.com
36 yahoo.co.jp
38 alipay.com
39 bing.com
42 ebay.com
43 t.co
44 ok.ru
45 imgur.com
48 pages.tmall.com
49 csdn.net
51 imdb.com
53 aliexpress.com
54 hao123.com
56 msn.com
58 deloton.com
59 wordpress.com
63 amazon.co.jp
64 livejasmin.com
67 popads.net
71 github.com
73 paypal.com
74 savefrom.net
75 stackoverflow.com
78 tribunnews.com
80 xnxx.com
81 bongacams.com
82 soso.com
84 pinterest.com
86 so.com
90 coccoc.com
91 amazon.de
93 pixnet.net
96 detail.tmall.com
97 amazon.in
99 roblox.com
101 dailymotion.com
102 amazon.co.uk
103 restorecosm.bid
107 soundcloud.com
108 nytimes.com
111 espn.com
113 ask.com
116 amazonaws.com
118 booking.com
119 nicovideo.jp
121 quora.com
122 tianya.cn
125 fc2.com
126 discordapp.com
128 ebay.de
129 mediafire.com
130 ettoday.net
131 spotify.com
132 theguardian.com
133 globo.com
134 xinhuanet.com
136 bet9ja.com
138 stackexchange.com
139 softonic.com
140 gmw.cn
141 detik.com
145 chase.com
147 utorrent.com
148 hotstar.com
149 nextoptim.com
151 dailymail.co.uk
152 flipkart.com
153 deviantart.com
154 steamcommunity.com
157 thewhizmarketing.com
160 avito.ru
162 tokopedia.com
165 ebay.co.uk
167 4chan.org
168 1688.com
170 vimeo.com
171 powerfulappz.com
173 intuit.com
178 redtube.com
179 fapmeth.com
183 cnet.com
184 onlinevideoconverter.com
185 wikihow.com
187 steampowered.com
190 vice.com
191 rambler.ru

Reports by Country

Each of the following countries has a localised report of the top 50 websites without IPv6.

United Arab Emirates AE Afghanistan AF Albania AL Armenia AM Angola AO Argentina AR Austria AT Australia AU Azerbaijan AZ Bosnia and Herzegovina BA Barbados BB Bangladesh BD Belgium BE Burkina Faso BF Bulgaria BG Bahrain BH Benin BJ Bermuda BM Brunei Darussalam BN Bolivia, Plurinational State of BO Brazil BR Bahamas BS Bhutan BT Botswana BW Belarus BY Canada CA Congo, the Democratic Republic of the CD Congo CG Switzerland CH Côte d'Ivoire CI Chile CL Cameroon CM China CN Colombia CO Costa Rica CR Cuba CU Cyprus CY Czechia CZ Germany DE Denmark DK Dominican Republic DO Algeria DZ Ecuador EC Estonia EE Egypt EG Spain ES Ethiopia ET Finland FI Fiji FJ Faroe Islands FO France FR Gabon GA United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland GB Georgia GE Ghana GH Gibraltar GI Greece GR Guatemala GT Guyana GY Hong Kong HK Honduras HN Croatia HR Haiti HT Hungary HU Indonesia ID Ireland IE Israel IL India IN Iraq IQ Iran, Islamic Republic of IR Iceland IS Italy IT Jamaica JM Jordan JO Japan JP Kenya KE Kyrgyzstan KG Cambodia KH Korea, Republic of KR Kuwait KW Cayman Islands KY Kazakhstan KZ Lebanon LB Liechtenstein LI Sri Lanka LK Liberia LR Lithuania LT Luxembourg LU Latvia LV Libya LY Morocco MA Moldova, Republic of MD Montenegro ME Madagascar MG Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of MK Mali ML Myanmar MM Mongolia MN Macao MO Mauritania MR Malta MT Mauritius MU Maldives MV Malawi MW Mexico MX Malaysia MY Mozambique MZ Namibia NA Nigeria NG Nicaragua NI Netherlands NL Norway NO Nepal NP New Zealand NZ Oman OM Panama PA Peru PE French Polynesia PF Papua New Guinea PG Philippines PH Pakistan PK Poland PL Puerto Rico PR Palestine, State of PS Portugal PT Paraguay PY Qatar QA Réunion RE Romania RO Serbia RS Russian Federation RU Rwanda RW Saudi Arabia SA Sudan SD Sweden SE Singapore SG Slovenia SI Slovakia SK Senegal SN Suriname SR El Salvador SV Syrian Arab Republic SY Togo TG Thailand TH Tajikistan TJ Timor-Leste TL Turkmenistan TM Tunisia TN Turkey TR Trinidad and Tobago TT Taiwan, Province of China TW Tanzania, United Republic of TZ Ukraine UA Uganda UG United States of America US Uruguay UY Uzbekistan UZ Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of VE Viet Nam VN Vanuatu VU Samoa WS Yemen YE South Africa ZA Zambia ZM Zimbabwe ZW


Resources for Going IPv6

If you're responsible for a website and aren't sure why IPv6 is important or would like resources to help make the transition, try these:

  1. IPv6 Training
  2. IPv6 adoption statistics
  3. Is your site IPv6 ready?
  4. World IPv6 Launch