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google whitelisted servers refusing AAAA record since IPv6 launch day
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Since IPv6 launch day, I have noticed that google's DNS servers do not return a AAAA record if the recursive dns server, such as 2001:5c0:1000:11::2, was whitelisted.  Does anyone know google's new…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by James Knott Oct 15, 2012.

 

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Jason Lewis replied to Damo's discussion 'homing connection via link local addresses'
"pinging works for me when i use the interface number of the ZoneID.  My interface is "15"  A you pinging the fe80:: address with the "%" and the interface number?"
yesterday
Jason Lewis replied to James phillips's discussion 'Can't access home server'
"It works for me over IPv6."
Aug 17
Jason Lewis replied to Martin Lanz's discussion 'Problem with the IPv4-in-IPv6 Tunnel (DS-Lite) Option'
"anon-montreal.freenet6.net has only a IPv4 address. I was thinking that the server was authenticated6.freenet6.net, but you might want to try v4.freenet6.net."
Aug 17
Jason Lewis replied to James Knott's discussion 'Adding 2nd subnet - Linux router'
"That would depend on who made your dhcp6.  My ISC settings are as follows: subnet6 2001:470:1111:2222::/64 {  option dhcp6.next_hop 2001:470:1111:2222::1;  range6 2001:470:1111:2222::5 2001:470:1111:2222::FFFF:FFFF;  range6…"
Jun 7
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Jun 7
Jason Lewis replied to James Knott's discussion 'Adding 2nd subnet - Linux router'
"If you were running windows, this would be as easy to modify the windows.cmd template.  This is easier said then done as the gogo6 client was designed to have only one interface.  You may also need to look at…"
May 26
Jason Lewis replied to Rob Gordon's discussion 'Connected but ipv6 sites say I'm ipv4'
"This traceroute shows your IPv6 is working.  The ipconfig is also returning perfect results.  At this time, my best guess is that either your browser is working on IPv4 dns lookups, or you have something like "happy eyeballs"…"
Feb 8
Jason Lewis replied to Rob Gordon's discussion 'Connected but ipv6 sites say I'm ipv4'
"You should see a second interface with an IPv6 address with ipconfig /all, as previous suggested.  This could be a "happy eyeballs" issue, so, what does tracert google.com show?"
Feb 7
Jason Lewis replied to David G. Miller's discussion 'How to confirm reverse DNS delegation is working?'
"It appears that your reverse DNS is pointing to the gogo6 DNS servers.  You can check out your reverse delegations by using dig.  All you need is something like the following command "dig any -x 2001:5c0:1000:b::3b1f +trace…"
Dec 31, 2013
Jason Lewis replied to Mikael Lind's discussion 'Freenet6 server down due to DDOS attack'
"I noticed updates started working for me.  Is this okay now?"
Sep 16, 2013
Jason Lewis replied to Jacques Anh Nguyen's discussion 'local endpoint address'
"Looks like your connection is working successfully.  My workplace used to have a VPN in which everything was rerouted through the VPN, including other VPN traffic.  Maybe you are connecting to your work using a VPN and the gogo6 client is…"
Sep 16, 2013
Jason Lewis replied to Jacques Anh Nguyen's discussion 'freenet6 userID'
"just an FYI for anyone that wanders across this.  It should be authenticated.freenet6.net instead of authencation."
Sep 14, 2013
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Sep 9, 2013
Jason Lewis replied to Damo's discussion 'Virtual machine and local OS can't connect via gogoc'
"So let me get this straight, are you using miredo to tunnel on the IPv4 network between the virtual machine to the host machine? There are a few factors that need to be specified: Need noting if you are using NAT between the virtual and host…"
Jul 29, 2013
Jason Lewis replied to Damo's discussion 'Virtual machine and local OS can't connect via gogoc'
"Ah, by NICs I mean Network Interface Controller(s).  I would expect that in linux, your interface should be something like eth1 on the host machine and eth0 on the virtual machine for your IPv4. If you do not have NAT, then eth0 on the virtual…"
Jul 29, 2013
Jason Lewis replied to Damo's discussion 'Virtual machine and local OS can't connect via gogoc'
"I can tell you that my vbox interface on windows works great.  It has a automatically generated MAC as well as an fe80:: address.  I have this same network interface on two NICS for the virtual machine.  You will need two virtual NICS…"
Jul 29, 2013

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I have been using IPv6 for a while now. I am trying to keep up on the scoop. Everyone in the neighborhood has IPv4 just like me. Thanks to qwest and digis and their long delays, I thought only China has IPv6.

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At 8:10pm on December 27, 2010, jerson narido said…
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