When I do a host look up on my freenet host name, I get both an IPv4 and IPv6 address. The IPv6 address points to my end of the 6in4 tunnel, but the IPv4 address points to something that has nothing…Continue
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At the moment, my firewall cannot connect, with an error "The server failed to authenticate user...". When I try with my notebook computer and an anonymous connection, I get a "Failed to contact TSP…Continue
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I'm not getting a tunnel set up on my firewall, which is configured to use the Montreal server. My notebook, which is configured to use any server, is able to get an IPv6 address, but it's on the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by James Knott Sep 11, 2012.
I have been studying this book with the intent of obtaining Cisco CCNA certification. However, I noticed several errors in the chapter on IPv6. I have been in contact with the author about this and he said he will be updating that chapter to correct the errors I pointed out. I have the Deluxe Edition, 6th edition, revised and updated for 2011, but I believe the errors may also be in the 7th edition. So, if it's on the shelf now, it will likely contain those errors. Wait for one with a…Continue
Posted on May 6, 2013 at 1:16pm
I have noticed that many problems people experience are due to not understanding IPv6 and how it differs from IPv4. There is one book that contains a lot of useful IPv6 information. It is IPv6 Essentials, by Sylvia Hagen and published by O'Reilly. It's available in both paper and e-book versions. What's nice about the e-book version is purchasers are entitled to free updates. I refer to this book…Continue
Posted on May 6, 2013 at 11:11am