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Usefullness of IPv6 over Facebook Social Network 4 Replies

Will transformation of a Social Networking platform like Facebook into an IPv6 networks really benefit anybody ?Continue

Tags: ipv6, facebook

Started by Willi H2O. Last reply by Phillip Remaker Sep 3, 2012.

Vista and autoconfig 23 Replies

Anyone out there using Vista with IPv6?I have a native Vista box and a Vista VM on a Linux box, and neither of them is autoconfiguring an address. The Linux machines in the same network do…Continue

Started by Karl Auer. Last reply by Karl Auer Nov 5, 2010.

Cisco relays and Dibbler 5 Replies

Has anyone used Dibbler with Cisco relays? I *think* it will work, the author of the software thinks it wil work, but would like to know from someone who's actually done it :-)In particular, I'd…Continue

Started by Karl Auer. Last reply by Karl Auer Mar 4, 2010.

Client for Windows 7? 4 Replies

Sorry if this is a silly question, but does the Hexago client (or the gogoCLIENT 1.0 if that name indicates more than just rebadging) support Windows 7? If not, is there a trick to getting the client…Continue

Started by Karl Auer. Last reply by Mikael Lind Feb 23, 2010.

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Comment by Bruce Sinclair on August 30, 2010 at 12:49am
Hello, as you may have heard we are holding the first gogoNET LIVE! Conference in early November in the Silicon Valley. To provide the best possible agenda we have posted the conference sessions for review and are now asking gogoNET members to let us know what they think.

Since you are in the experts group I'd really value your opinion. Please take a moment to go to http://bit.ly/axKzZ2 and click on any session you'd like to add your thoughts to.

Thanks for your time
Comment by tenaya santika on May 6, 2010 at 11:25am
doing project on "video conference on mobile ipv6"
Comment by James Preece on February 24, 2010 at 6:31am
OK gw6c still expires after X amount of time. Please see my post in yhe forum, where I was given a small shell script to check that the gw6c client is running and restarts it if not.
Comment by James Preece on February 23, 2010 at 6:42am
ok upgrade was good and install of gw6c was smooth.
this resolves the issue of having to remove the :1 ipv6 address when the client dies.
I'll see how long this stays up and get back to you.
Many Thanks
Comment by James Preece on February 23, 2010 at 6:32am
I am upgrading to squeeze to start with.I will then attempt a gw6c install and see how I get on. I would still be interested in the scipt as detailed n my first post if you can help? Thanks again.
Comment by Karl Auer on February 23, 2010 at 6:17am
James - don't run the TSPC client - run the latest client, gw6c. It works very well on Debian - or rather, on Ubuntu, which is a Debian derivative.

I have seen that the latest client fails sometimes too, in that it treats certain things as permanent unrecoverable failures when it should just keep trying. For example, if it can't resolve the broker name it just stops!

My solution was a script that reruns the client if it exits.

This is not the same as your problem, though the solution might work in your case too.
Comment by James Preece on February 23, 2010 at 5:57am
Morning guys and Girls,
I am running Debian Lenny with the TSPC client software.
I hot the bug where after "x" time the tunnel times out and my connection is lost.
I tried to work around this by setting up a ping -6 in the background which fired ever 60 seconds. This keeps the tunnel up for considerably longer but still dies now and again leaving my site down. Are any of your ""experts" able to help run a script which will see that the ping -6 fails and then attempts to restart the tspc client, so i can work around this rather annoying issue. Or if not does gw6c work better on Debian? All help as always gratefully accepted.
Comment by Scott A. Smith on December 25, 2009 at 3:26pm

Comment by Scott A. Smith on December 14, 2009 at 12:19pm
I have successfully registered on your forum as well.
Comment by James Preece on December 14, 2009 at 11:04am
first to register on your forum ;-) see http://www.xylene.com/forum/ for my attempts also

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