In Australia, AARNet, Monash University and Internode joined overseas organisations in a pledge to have 1% of their users on IPv6 by today.
Internode has announced that it has comfortably exceeded that goal by delivering IPv6 access to more than 2% of its customers.
"IPv6 is now ready for prime time," said Internode managing director Simon Hackett. "During the past five years, Internode has acquired a great deal of understanding from deploying IPv6 on our national and international broadband networks, thereby providing a risk-free pathway for our customers when they use IPv6.
"The most important lesson for Internode is that done right, customers will not even notice the change to IPv6. Internode commends the World IPv6 Launch as the time that website publishers, other Internet Service Providers and all companies manufacturing equipment for Internet access should also enable IPv6 access by default."