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Charts and stats

Actualizado: 2019-05-25

Ventana de tiempo: últimos 90 días

Detected cases of NAT

The following table shows the most recent measurements we're gathering. In this context, one browser represents one client.

LAC region All results
Measurements behind NAT 90% 82%
Measurements behind NAT 44 90% 84%
Measurements behind NAT 66 1.14% 0.81%
Measurements through NPT (v6) 0.03% 0.02%

Country participation

The measurements backing this experiment are performed through users' browsers as they surf sites which collaborate with the NAT Meter project. Users are mostly from the following regions (geolocation by Maxmind):

Other derived stats

This kind of measurements not only let us see the usage of NAT, but also other components of Internet operations.

LAC region All results
Measurments from dualstack hosts 19.8% 13.1%
Measurements from v6-only hosts 0.2% 0.1%
Measurements from v6-only hosts with v4 capabilites 0.0% 0.1%

Historical data

Link to data
Measurements with dualstack detected here
Measurements with NAT detected (NAT 44 or 66) here
Measurements with NAT 44 detected here
Measurements with NAT 66 detected here

Addresses per host

Other intersting stat is the amount of addresses a host uses. Naturally, the minimum value it can take is 1. A curious fact is that there are hosts that can be taking more than 10 IP addresses!

IPv6 IPv4
Average 1.0 1.0