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incorrect IPv6 broker geolocalisation, forbidden accesses...
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Now that I have ipv6 enabled, Google services are accessed with IPv6. Unfortunately, Google always warns me that I have changed by location, and absolutely wants to locate me in Amsterdam, The…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Philippe Verdy Oct 30, 2011.

 

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Philippe Verdy replied to Bruce Sinclair's discussion 'Large Scale NATs'
"Additional notes: * The DHCP server runs on the local network, and is not necessarily on the same locally accessible device than internet routers. It can be configured separately. * Local applications running on a host can listen to multiple ports…"
Jan 21
Philippe Verdy replied to Bruce Sinclair's discussion 'Large Scale NATs'
"Also let's not forget one essential thing: It's not uncommon today that a single host needs to have dozens of sessions open with remotes on the Internet. The ongoing development of our OSes and the multiplication of connected applications…"
Jan 21
Philippe Verdy replied to Bruce Sinclair's discussion 'Large Scale NATs'
"In fact the carriers are deploying 4G on the same towers where 2G/3G emitters are mounted. Most carriers don't wnat VoIP, they want to bill the phone calls (and the SMS via their 2G network which continues to have excellent coverage). All the…"
Jan 21
Philippe Verdy replied to Bruce Sinclair's discussion 'Large Scale NATs'
"It's true that NAT s*cks ! Not just because this means that a few microseconds wil be added in translating the addresses, but because it requires complex changes in protocols. For this reasn, most protocols of the internet are now tunneled via…"
Jan 21
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Philippe Verdy replied to MOULIN's discussion 'connection failed with gogo6'
"OK fixed now for me"
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You've heard them before... too often. Now share so everyone can roll their eyes. "If IPv6 addresses were X, there would be enough to Y" ...or something like that.See More
Oct 30, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to Jasper's discussion 'Can't authenticate'
"amsterdam replies for me (for the TSP listener, but still fails on authentication, no reply), but not montreal (now it has just restarting being resolvable). Is it possible that the IPv4 addresses of Montreal and Amsterdam servers have been mixed in…"
Oct 30, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to MOULIN's discussion 'connection failed with gogo6'
"Seriously, the Radius authentication server data has a severe corruption problem, or the server is down now even though the TSP server is answering and sending the server certificate and attempts to redirect us to another server not working as…"
Oct 30, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to Jasper's discussion 'Can't authenticate'
"And now it gets even worse: 13:12:19 Failed to resolve server IPv4 address.13:12:19 Failed to connect to server montreal.freenet6.net on port 3653.13:12:19 Establishing connection to server montreal.freenet6.net using reliable UDP.13:12:19 Failed to…"
Oct 30, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to Jasper's discussion 'Can't authenticate'
"Not fixed. I only get the TSP handshake and the server key, but no reply at all when sending the first RUDP packet to authenticate. Anyway it looks like our authentication passwords have been garbled on your RADIUS servers. How can we restore a…"
Oct 30, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to Philippe Verdy's discussion 'incorrect IPv6 broker geolocalisation, forbidden accesses...'
"OK but the access rights to contents are given to users according to the country of their ISP, where they are registered. When accessing media, this is what is used to determine if an user can access or not, and it should be a valid residence…"
Oct 30, 2011
Jason Lewis replied to Philippe Verdy's discussion 'incorrect IPv6 broker geolocalisation, forbidden accesses...'
"That IP was just an example.  The problem with whois, is that it shows where the ISP was registered.  Sometimes this is not close to the country where a person is located.  If an ISP offers service anywhere in the European Union,…"
Oct 5, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to Philippe Verdy's discussion 'incorrect IPv6 broker geolocalisation, forbidden accesses...'
"NO ! It does not point by itself to FR. It just indicates a domain name which may have been registered by someone located elsewhere. You MUST to query the WHOIS info to get the effective country of the domain registrant. A domain name by itself…"
Oct 5, 2011
Philippe Verdy replied to Bruce Sinclair's discussion 'Large Scale NATs'
"A cell is a cell: the area around a mobile network antenna (I know where they are located, their average radius is about 2 km large in my area). I don't speak about a city. Mobile networks absolutely don't care about city borders. You may…"
Oct 4, 2011

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comparing performances with the (slow) PPP/L2TPv2 tunnel (over current IPv4) preconfigured by the ISP on its box (using Cisco's CGv2 technology, still experimental, and with lots of routability problems to reach various IPv6 networks).

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Comparaison entre Freenet6 et l'IPv6 de SFR sur sa Neufbox (échec total de SFR et Cisco !)

Copie d'un message adressé à SFR, dans son expérimentation IPv6 pseudo-native...

----Je viens de trouver ce qui a été déployé par SFR pour activer IPv6:

http://newsroom.cisco.com/press-release-content?type=webcontent&articleId=358080

Ceci explique cela: les BAS n'ont pas été modifiés pour encapsuler IPv6 dans le tunnel PPP existant (c'est toujours une liaison native IPv4… Continue

Posted on September 26, 2011 at 8:14pm

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