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Mikael Lind's Discussions

Montreal server database failure
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Started this discussion. Last reply by fifacoin Oct 23.

Freenet6 server down due to DDOS attack
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mikael Lind Sep 16, 2013.

Cannot delete IPv6 address on Win8 using netsh
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mikael Lind Aug 19, 2013.

 

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Mikael Lind replied to Harry Smith's discussion 'Reverse DNS not working on Montreal'
"I completely dropped the ball on this one. We adjusted the prefix size and I forgot change the reverse DNS settings. I'll try to get it fixed asap."
Aug 19
Alex commented on Mikael Lind's blog post 'Google is now IPv6 on Freenet6'
"Last weeks I getting "Sorry you are bot" when using freenet6 broker with static IP, I'm not alone with this, isn't this bot bans by /24 ?"
Jun 29
Mikael Lind posted a discussion

Montreal server database failure

There has been an issue with the user database on the Montreal server (again) and it had to be rolled back to a earlier version to help preserve prefix and static addresses but resulting in new accounts missing.See More
Jun 11
Mikael Lind replied to Ben Coleman's discussion 'Montreal Tunnel address and Prefixes changed again'
"Now!"
Dec 11, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Ben Coleman's discussion 'Montreal Tunnel address and Prefixes changed again'
"This time something really has gone wrong since user accounts are missing. I'm going to revert to a backup from a few days ago so prefixes will be restored but some user accounts will be lost."
Dec 11, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to DougieLawson's discussion 'Failed to find common authentication method with server.'
"The problem you are getting is that you fail to connect to amsterdam with no response at all then the client goes and looks at its old redirection list to try some other server. In this case it doesn't work out so well since your redirection…"
Nov 10, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Andrey Danin's discussion 'DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE in gogotun module'
"I don't think I've seen this problem with the current version of the client. If I recall correctly this happened in a couple cases a few of years ago but I don't think there was any workaround, at least none that I can remember. I…"
Oct 22, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to malema's discussion 'Running Gogo6 client whitout Administrator Windows7 rights?'
"It isn't possible since it has to change your network settings."
Oct 22, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Uwe Wöllner's discussion 'can't connect to gogo6 servers'
"Just tested and had no problem signing in."
Oct 11, 2013
Piras Alessandro commented on Mikael Lind's page Freenet6 DS-lite (Beta)
"sfxmaker install not work 4 gogo6 under windows 8.4 more suggestion are wait 4"
Oct 11, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Jasper's discussion 'Google IP blocking on Montreal'
"There is no difference if you run as a router or as a single client. If you switch in between you will keep the same address on the tunnel endpoint. The assigned prefix comes out of a different pool. Google sees a /64 as a users, which is what is…"
Oct 3, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Jasper's discussion 'Prefix changed again?'
"I can clear it for you. Send me a private message or e-mail mikael at gogo6.com with your account information and I will clear you tunnel information."
Sep 25, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Jasper's discussion 'Prefix changed again?'
"Sorry to hear it has happened again. There must be something wrong with the server. I just don't know what. Could be that the flash memory is starting to fail or that there is something going wrong in the database for some reason. Nothing has…"
Sep 24, 2013
Mikael Lind replied to Mikael Lind's discussion 'Freenet6 server down due to DDOS attack'
"Yes, looks to be gone now."
Sep 16, 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
Mikael Lind replied to Mikael Lind's discussion 'Freenet6 server down due to DDOS attack'
"We have multiple DNS servers, which is why things are still working, but this is the primary one so DNS updates from the Freenet6 servers aren't being updated."
Sep 11, 2013

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Mikael Lind's Blog

My presentation at gogoNET LIVE! 3: IPv6 in the enterprise, an outsiders view

I am going to present my take on IPv6 in the enterprise. Working mainly in the service provider space and with IPv6 I'm going take an outsiders look at IPv6 in the enterprise. I'll look at what I think is important to do to have a functioning setup in a world where IPv6 is growing and what benefits an enterprise can have of IPv6.

Posted on November 4, 2012 at 12:00pm

My Presentation at gogoNET LIVE! 2

Client and server products for a trial and beyond
My presentations will cover gogo6 products for doing a trial today, both the network part of it as well as the solution for getting IPv6 into the home. It will also cover the evolution from a trial into early IPv6 production in an IPv4 scarce world and beyond.

Posted on October 28, 2011 at 1:00pm

My presentations at gogoNET Live!

Home CPEs

The equipment in the home is going to play an important role in the roll out of IPv6 and how it can be used. Home routers and modems are today mostly IPv4 only which limits the possibilities to add IPv6 even if an operator wanted to. There are exceptions and functions that can help the deployment and that is what I will cover in the presentation.



Freenet6 case study

Freenet6 is one of the longest running and largest IPv6 tunnel… Continue

Posted on October 23, 2010 at 9:59am

Google is now IPv6 on Freenet6

After some tweaking together with Google to make sure access is good we have now enabled native IPv6 access to the Google services for Freenet6 Tunnel users. This means that you can access www.google.com and most other Google services using IPv6 when you are connected using Freenet6. This is different than ipv6.google.com which only gives IPv6 access to search but nothing else and requires you to use a different domain name.



What you need to do to… Continue

Posted on November 26, 2009 at 5:20pm — 11 Comments

Freenet6 Sydney now online

We have now brought the gogoSERVER in Sydney online. Many thanks to the people at IPv6Now for all the help getting it up and running. If you want to connect directly to Sydney it is sydney.freenet6.net for registered users. All users who use anonymous.freenet6.net (which is default) or authenticated.freenet6.net will automatically be redirected to Sydney next time they connect if that is the closest server available.

In the process of setting up the system we ran into some IPv6 routing… Continue

Posted on October 14, 2009 at 10:30am

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At 9:27am on October 18, 2009, Bruce Sinclair said…
Hi, Jan replied on my wall - please take a look...
At 2:50pm on October 6, 2009, Jonas Byström said…
Tack så mycket. Detta verkar vara ett trevligt ställe =)
At 12:19pm on September 29, 2009, Ulf Nilsson said…
Sweet
At 10:37am on September 10, 2009, gogo6 said…
Nic pic
At 10:37am on September 10, 2009, gogo6 said…
Nice picture!
 
 
 

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