Posts Tagged ‘LinkedIn’

LinkedIn Passes Another IPv6 Milestone

Yesterday, LinkedIn announced that, “Earlier this month, and for the first time in our company’s history, more than 50% of pages on LinkedIn were accessed over IPv6 from mobile devices in the U.S.” This is great news and further proof that IPv6 is the new normal. LinkedIn has been a trailblazer in IPv6 for many Read more…


July 26th, 2017 by | Posted in Case Studies, IPv6, News | Tags: | No Comments

IPv6 inside LinkedIn

There’s a series of interesting articles authored by Franck Martin and Tim Crofts about how LinkedIn has enabled IPv6 and the issues they’ve encountered. LinkedIn has been running IPv6 since 2014, but this year they decided to test what happens with an IPv6-only network instead of a dual-stack one. The first article commissioned for the anniversary Read more…


LinkedIn Joins The World IPv6 Launch Measurements Project

We were very pleased to read that LinkedIn is joining the WorldIPv6 Launch measurements effort and providing data about what it is seeing in the way of IPv6 deployment among the many visitors coming to LinkedIn’s sites.  In that post to the World IPv6 Launch blog, our colleague Mat Ford also pointed that the November Read more…


November 21st, 2014 by | Posted in IPv6, Statistics, World IPv6 Launch | Tags: , | No Comments

Yea! LinkedIn Joins Facebook And Google In Permanently Enabling IPv6

We were delighted to read today that LinkedIn has now permanently enabled IPv6 for their website.  I proved it myself by visiting the LinkedIn site moments ago using a Google Chrome browser with the IPvFoo extension installed: As my colleague Phil Roberts writes on the Internet Technology Matters blog: As they say, “The transition to IPv6 Read more…


September 8th, 2014 by | Posted in IPv6 | Tags: , , | No Comments