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Damon Permezel
  • Currumbin Valley, QLD
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Australian power supply and plug
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Finally got my CPE yesterday, after ordering it on April 21.As I live in Australia, I require a power supply that can take 240V.  The one I received, clearly marked on the box, is for 120V.  The PS…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bruce Sinclair Apr 22, 2013.

gogo clients hangs OSX forcing reboot
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All OSX platforms (running 10.6.7, client and server) I have tried this on eventually cause a system hang in the same manner. I had the same problem running gw6c. I am currently…Continue

Tags: hang, OSX

Started this discussion. Last reply by Damon Permezel May 2, 2011.

OSX server running gw6c eventually hangs
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This is repeatable.  I have a Mac Mini server, running all the latest updates,  which I wanted to leave running gw6c to keep the IPv6 tunnel up for the rest of my machines. Everything works well, but…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Damon Permezel Apr 28, 2011.

 

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Leroy Lim replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"It would be even better if there was a way to utilize PoE (Power over Ethernet, either passive or 802.3af) to power the CPE as this would reduce the usage of plug sockets."
Aug 4, 2012
Leroy Lim replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"Hi Bruce, Just curious, how are the results of the testing of the power supplies? I too am intending to get a CPE, but here in Singapore, the power supply used is 220-240v AC. Thanks, Leroy"
Aug 4, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Ian Morehouse's discussion 'Where do you log faults with servers?'
"iiNet is starting an IPv6 trial. They recently swallowed internode, which does support IPv6, so I have been hoping for my ISP to just switch me on.  Soon, perhaps. I run HE tunnels when I need, using a statically allocated /48, and thus can…"
Jun 5, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Ian Morehouse's discussion 'Where do you log faults with servers?'
"Aha!  Thanks for that."
May 23, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"Cool.  I have stolen a p/s from another user (my wife) as I needed to get IPv6 functioning again.  It would still be convenient to have one I could ensure would not be reclaimed arbitrarily. "
May 23, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Ian Morehouse's discussion 'Where do you log faults with servers?'
"Looking at http://www.gogo6.com/freenet6/service-status I see that sydney has been off for most of May. It is dead, Jim?"
May 23, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Mikael Lind's discussion 'Freenet6 Sydney down'
"May 24: not working. According to the nice usage graphs, it has gone silent for a while. Everyone else give up and go home?"
May 23, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Marc M's discussion 'Sydney down?'
"Sydney is down. traceroute to sydney.freenet6.net (116.197.146.63), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets 1 dsl (199.98.84.254) 0.620 ms 0.571 ms 0.454 ms 2 lo0.bne-pipe-bng2.iinet.net.au (203.215.9.249) 26.344 ms 27.293 ms 26.407 ms 3…"
May 23, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Jianqi Qu's discussion 'Freenet6 Sydney dslite not working properly, probably due to misconfigured NAT?'
"Sydney seems to have fallen off the face of the earth, at least as far as the recent stats graphs show.  Nothing for Sydney. I have only just finally scrounged a correct power supply for my CPE, so have not been trying to connect until right…"
May 23, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"I am still waiting for a 220V power supply. Is there likely to be a resolution to this issue in the near term?"
Feb 8, 2012
Damon Permezel replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"Still waiting for a power supply.  "
Dec 1, 2011
Damon Permezel replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"I have one similar: a DigiTor which goes from 5V 1A up to 24V.  Currently in use for my ancient Slimp3 player.   I guess I'll see about picking a few more of these next time I am oot and aboot. (click here to translate from Canadian)"
Sep 29, 2011
Kevin Karp replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"I am in Australia and have received my CPE device and have it working using a PowerTechPlus SwitchMode AC Adaptor. It has switchable output voltages of 3,4.5,5,6,6.5 & 7. I have it set to 6V.   It also comes with a variety of plugs - I have…"
Sep 29, 2011
Bdm Dev replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"Looks great, hope it works. I have been searching for a similar product here in NZ and have found one that powers the HTC Handset, made by Digikey but hard to locate. If this trial is successful, I'm up for one."
Sep 16, 2011
James Knott replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"I have a few chargers as well.  One came with a camera, another with my Google Nexus One (and a 2nd with the N1 dock) and another with my work Blackberry.  USB power is definitely the way to go for small devices.  I also have an ASUS…"
Sep 11, 2011
Damon Permezel replied to Damon Permezel's discussion 'Australian power supply and plug'
"Curiously, I just pulled two p/s from my misc p/s box while rummaging thru and observing 5V 1A. They are Garmin USB chargers for some Garmin stuff I have.   p/n PSAI05R-050Q.   So all I need is the USB-to-plug plug.   I have also…"
Sep 11, 2011

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At 11:29pm on February 22, 2010, Anya Julia said…
Hi Damon, welcome to gogoNET! Please consider joining the "v6 in Australia" group. Also, more people will connect with you if you upload a photo. See you around... and don't forget to invite your IPv6 friends to join us.
 
 
 

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