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GoGoSERVER Virtual Machine Image?
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Hey guys, just wondering if you all were going to release a VMWare and/or Hyper-V Virtual Machine version of the GoGOSERVER.  Seeing as how virtually all datacenters in the enterprise and provider…Continue

Tags: hyper-v, ipv6, esx, vmware, gogoserver

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gerold Krötlinger Dec 18, 2012.

Montreal issues again...
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Looks like montreal.freenet6.net is acting up again.  I have been fine for about a month and then now I get "tunnel negotiation failed" I am set to "v6anyv4" so not sure what's up with that.. Here's…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jasper Oct 14, 2011.

Montreal server issues
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Seems that montreal.freenet6.com is having some issues again.  PING montreal.freenet6.net (64.86.88.116) 56(84) bytes of data.From 64.86.88.116 icmp_seq=1 Destination Host Unreachable^CFrom…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by lvlinux Jul 11, 2011.

Freenet service down for the last day?
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I haven't been able to connect to any of the freenet servers (montreal, etc) for the last 24 hours. I keep getting the "Failed to contact TSP listener at.." error. It's been working fine for the last…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Duncan Jan 29, 2011.

 

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Gerold Krötlinger replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'GoGoSERVER Virtual Machine Image?'
"Big interest here too!!! "
Dec 18, 2012
Jeremy Duncan replied to Yurie Rich's discussion 'IPv6 Certifications' in the group gogoNET LIVE! 3 Group
"Carl, I don't think he's saying giving speakers the HE and IPv6 Forum certs for just being speakers.  I think he means having the infrastructure (classes and testing terminals) available to test anyone at the conference. Having said…"
Sep 6, 2012
Jeremy Duncan replied to Dale Geesey's discussion 'US Government (USG) Track' in the group gogoNET LIVE! 3 Group
"Would you like anything from the DoD?  Like a certain DoD Agency's IPv6 enterprise network deployment?"
Aug 31, 2012
Markku Miettinen replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'How to change the gogoc linux RADVD options'
"Wonder what was the real solution?"
Jan 25, 2012
Jeremy Duncan replied to Ben Coleman's discussion 'Montreal appears to be down'
"So, this seems to happen every couple of weeks. Maybe a regular reboot would fix this?"
Jan 20, 2012
Jeremy Duncan replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'GoGoSERVER Virtual Machine Image?'
"If you were interested, we could also host it internally and test it on our Virtual datacenter?"
Jan 5, 2012
Jeremy Duncan posted a discussion

GoGoSERVER Virtual Machine Image?

Hey guys, just wondering if you all were going to release a VMWare and/or Hyper-V Virtual Machine version of the GoGOSERVER.  Seeing as how virtually all datacenters in the enterprise and provider space are going virtual it would be an good sell.  What do you think?See More
Jan 4, 2012
Jeremy Duncan replied to flapane's discussion 'Montreal server still down'
"I am having the same issue. Seems like it needs to be rebooted again."
Nov 21, 2011
Jasper replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal issues again...'
"On Windows, my gogoCLIENT simply says "Server too busy." The thing is, it's the only North American server (there are two in Europe and one in Australia)."
Oct 14, 2011
Jeremy Duncan replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal issues again...'
"yep, that did it.  I am now connected again."
Oct 13, 2011
Mikael Lind replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal issues again...'
"Couldn't see anything wrong in the logs but I rebooted just in case."
Oct 13, 2011
Jeremy Duncan and Barbara Pilbin are now connected
Oct 12, 2011
Jeremy Duncan posted a discussion

Montreal issues again...

Looks like montreal.freenet6.net is acting up again.  I have been fine for about a month and then now I get "tunnel negotiation failed" I am set to "v6anyv4" so not sure what's up with that.. Here's my full log:  Establishing connection to server montreal.freenet6.net using reliable UDP.Using TSP protocol version 2.0.2.Retrieving TSP capabilities from Server.RUDP packet 0, RTO 2.000000, sequence 0xf00000f0 timestamp 208.No RUDP reply.RUDP packet 1, RTO 2.000000, sequence 0xf00000f0 timestamp…See More
Oct 12, 2011
Jeremy Duncan and Tyrone Wilson are now connected
Oct 4, 2011
lvlinux replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal server issues'
"Thankyou!!!!"
Jul 11, 2011
Dallam Oliver-Lee replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal server issues'
"Confirmed working. All good here."
Jul 11, 2011
Mikael Lind replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal server issues'
"Connection is now restored and everything should be back to normal."
Jul 11, 2011
Mikael Lind replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal server issues'
"Still working on restoring the connection. Hopefully it will be back tomorrow."
Jul 11, 2011
James Knott replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal server issues'
"Same here.  Any word on when Montreal will be restored?  It's been down all weekend.   Perhaps we should ask for our money back.  ;-)  "
Jul 11, 2011
lvlinux replied to Jeremy Duncan's discussion 'Montreal server issues'
"Hmm, sounds interesting - I'll have to check out that RFC. Thanks!"
Jul 10, 2011

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Jeremy Duncan is currently the IPv6 Network Architect for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). While at DTRA, Jeremy developed the IPv6 enterprise architecture, transition and test and evaluation master plan. Currently, he is leading up DTRA's IPv6 implementation on the NIPRNet slated for completion in 2011. Jeremy is also employed as Senior Director of IPv6 Network Services at Command Information.

Previously, he has experience in IPv6 test and evaluation with the JITC in 2005-2008 as a Marine Corps Captain. While there he developed the DoD IPv6 Product Certification Program within the DoD Approved Products List (APL), and authored the DoD IPv6 Generic Test Plan. He holds a Masters of Science in Information Systems, and is the inventor on 3 patents-pending for IPv6 cyber security deep-packet inspection algorithms.

Jeremy Duncan's Blog

Enterprise IPv6 Testing, my presentation from GoGoNET Live!

Hey all, here's my presentation. Shoot me note if you have any questions. I had a great time, great honor to be here!

Click here --> Enterprise IPv6 TandE - GoGoNet.pdf

Posted on November 3, 2010 at 6:42pm

A Renewed IPv6 Commitment in the United States?

I am sure by now that you have heard about the U.S. Government’s new “game changing” IPv6 implementation memo. It is being hailed the new kick behind a lagging IPv6 roll-out within the Federal Government. On 28 September, US Government CIO, Vivek Kundra and the Obama Administration essentially mandated two things to all Federal…

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Posted on October 6, 2010 at 10:00pm

The Importance of IPv6 Integration Testing in the Enterprise (presentation @ GoGoNET Live) - Jeremy Duncan

Large-scale performance, interoperability (and sometimes security) testing is being done on single devices for IPv6 right now. In fact, this has been going on for almost 10 years under the guise of the IPv6 Ready Logo program. However, as the everyday, run-of-the-mill enterprise is building out an IPv6 implementation, integration testing must be an absolute requirement. I will discuss the importance of… Continue

Posted on October 6, 2010 at 9:30pm

US Gov’t IPv6 FAR is now in effect, now what?

{Blog cross-posted by Jeremy Duncan: http://www.commandinformation.com/blog/?p=139}



It was half a decade in the making (2005) , but the U.S. Government’s IPv6 Federal Acquisition Requirement (FAR) is now in effect today, 1 July 2010. In most DoD and civilian agencies, this milestone passed without much fanfare. In fact, many of these agencies are still trying to figure out how to…
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Posted on July 1, 2010 at 9:11am — 1 Comment

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At 7:01pm on November 4, 2010, Thomas Maufer said…
Sorry I missed you today. Sadly, I had to leave shortly after lunch. I'll be in DC next week at the DGI event. If you'll be there, let's have lunch.
At 1:51pm on November 4, 2010, Silvia Hagen said…
Thanks ;-) I just learned yesterday that there's a kindle version. someone even had it on his iphone ;-) times are changing
At 6:55pm on November 3, 2010, Carl Holzhauer said…
Liked your presentation. The nice thing about IPv6 is that we were able to roll it out at our corporation and no one knew the difference...and we did it live during the work day.
At 8:34am on October 19, 2009, Bruce Sinclair said…
hmm... I don't remember you looking so... corporate ;-)
At 8:24am on October 19, 2009, Bruce Sinclair said…
Hey Jeremy, welcome... good to see you here.
At 8:21am on October 19, 2009, TJ said…
Social networking, for the win?

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