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Masters thesis in LISP ,MTCP

Hi , I'm Guruprasad .. currently pursuing Masters  in GMU (VA)  I seek some ideas from this forum for my Master's thesis .  My research interests lies in  LISP and MTCP . Please reply with any…Continue

Started by Guru Sep 9, 2011.

Master thesis in IPv6 ? 3 Replies

Hi everybody !I'm currently studying computer sciences at the university of Liège, and i'd really like to specialize myself in networking technology, more specifically about network security.With the…Continue

Started by Julien Osmalskyj. Last reply by Eric Vyncke Aug 12, 2010.

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Comment by tina on December 12, 2011 at 6:50am

to henk, yes i could if i owned the connection , but i dont the landlord does and he doesnt feel like contacting telenet :x

Comment by Henk van der Helm on December 11, 2011 at 1:29pm

Tina, you can request another modem from Telenet if you can prove you have problems with your connections. Then you get the ‘business’ model without the NAT. Just call them and be persistent that you can’t do you work with this type of modem. I worked for me…


Comment by tina on December 10, 2011 at 6:10pm

thx guys for this service as i'm not happy with telenet isp who changed modem with modem/router , which uses NAT , the upd hole thingie is a nice workaround for this now i can ssh again and reach my gentoo binpkg server again :D

Comment by gogo6 on February 9, 2010 at 4:15pm
Thank you for helping with the translations. Next, we will send the message and group invitation. Sorry but our system does not allow us to extract the people already in this group so please ignore the email and invitation when they arrive.

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Comment by Dirk Bulinckx on January 14, 2010 at 6:49am
Thanks for the info Eric. Compbell doesn't have any IPv6 info on their site (using search to find it). I suppose it's still in "beta" then :-)
Comment by Eric Vyncke on January 14, 2010 at 6:16am
Compbell is assumed to have hosting in Belgium and runs IPv6 AFAIK
Comment by Dirk Bulinckx on January 14, 2010 at 5:38am
Eric, would you care to tell me what hoster that is, that enabled IPv6 in Belgium?
I know that FUSA.BE is offering IPv6 addresses on their dedicated servers and VPSes, but they are using a datacenter in the Netherlands (NedZone).
Comment by Jan Herrygers on December 14, 2009 at 3:57am
I agree about internet connections being expensive in Belgium.

The problem is the end user service. If you are uncomfortable about managing your own LAN and modem, you have to become a customer with either Belgacom or Telenet. Also, for the alternative ADSL providers, the fora are filled with horror stories about Belgacom and the ISP looking at each other when a problem occurs.

I think Dommel offers a fair deal, but like everybody else, they depend on Belgacom for the end user connection.

Unless glass fiber is allot cheaper than I think, general Fiber to the Home isn't going to happen anywhere soon. In Belgium or abroad.

I think the only way to get gigabit internet without data limits is to start a cooperative (CVBA-SCRL) ISP and lay the fiber yourself. I'm afraid that won't change the "internet connection is expensive" problem.
Comment by Alexander van der Zee on December 14, 2009 at 2:42am
Our internet is expensive, not that fast comparing to other countries,I think there are just one or two providers that offer no-limit contracts and they're still "just planning" the us of glass-fibre cables...
Comment by Eric Vyncke on December 14, 2009 at 12:41am
Would be more interesting to talk about address family translation in this group, wouldn't it?

Especially, when little to no Belgian SP has a firm plan to add IPv6 before 2012 :-(

At least, there is one Belgian hoster who enabled IPv6 a couple of weeks ago.

And for the French speaking part, www.rtbf.be is IPv6 enabled (thanks to their hoster: infomaniak.ch)


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