Feel free to use my personal vidder page:
- click on this: www.vidder.com/ipv6forum
- click enter and type : ipv6forum
- type your own name only (one word)
- download Vidder and click install
- in the meantime install or connect your webcam
- click start stream
- to see yourself, refresh www.vidder.com/ipv6forum
- invite all… Continue
Added by Latif Ladid on October 31, 2009 at 12:36pm —
At one point, I was interested in testing encryption features in IPv6 on test machines. I quickly found the essentially-beta IPv6 stack for XP had no support but I was surprised to find out Server 2003 didn't support it either:
"the IPSec implementation that comes with Server 2003’s IPv6 doesn’t support ESP data encryption,… Continue
Added by Dan Jones on October 28, 2009 at 5:25pm —
From a security point of view the Internet is a Bad Place. Whenever I am teaching or doing PS planning, my Internet "cloud" always has an angry face drawn in the middle because the Internet is, in fact, angry. Although border security is of great importance, internal attacks can be crippling and a lot of organizations don't properly filter for them.
From an IPv6 perspective, we can attack without the need for an IPv6 infrastructure - A good example are hotels however testing in your… Continue
Added by Gr@ve_Rose on October 26, 2009 at 10:07am —
最近这个站增加了IPV6 的地址，所以使用IPV6网访问应该没有问题. 至少在中国研究出IPV6封锁技术之前. :)
Added by kAI Liu on October 25, 2009 at 3:45pm —
I used to travel internationally for sales trips with Hexago about once a quarter. Most of the travel was in Asia because this is where we saw most progress from the organizations (mostly ISPs and research bodies right now) who buy our products. This is also where we have the most sales representatives and sales partners, again for the same reason. Since starting gogo6 things have been so busy that there wasn't the time to take 2+ weeks away from the office but now that gogoNET has been… Continue
Added by Bruce Sinclair on October 25, 2009 at 2:41pm —
It seems to me the PIX routers SHOULD have supported IPv6 in version 6. They didn't. Apparently they do (along with ASAs) in verion 7. This kills much hope for using your old, trusty 501 (or 506) for tunnels. 515 owners have some hope and since ASAs are the new hotness in CiscoLand, one might find an old 515 being pulled out of some site. This, and a move to Netscreens, was a huge factor in my decision to move to 5GT for my testing. I can get them for under $75 on Ebay. One large caveat is code… Continue
Added by Dan Jones on October 19, 2009 at 1:07pm —
DirectAccess provides users the experience of being seamlessly connected to their corporate network any time they have Internet access. It uses IPv6 & IPsec. This is the next level beyond VPNs.
Added by Latif Ladid on October 18, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Vidder is quite an innovative low-cost server-less video conference laptop/camera only solution using e2e v6 streaming of HD quality, see www.vidder.com
Added by Latif Ladid on October 17, 2009 at 10:13am —
I am sure it is not complete but here is a list of RFC's related to IPv6 I gathered over time.
- The Recommendation for the IP Next Generation Protocol
- Internet Protocol, Version 6 (IPv6) Specifications (Obsoletes RFC1883)
• RFC4213… Continue
Added by Nicolas Filion on October 15, 2009 at 5:30pm —
A few links for using IPv6 in DD-WRT:
http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=34022&highlight=ipv6 (clear example for v24)
http://irrashai.wordpress.com/2009/03/17/how-to-setup-ipv6-connectivity-using-dd-wrt/ (another v24-specific post)
http://www.v4tov6.com/2009/07/dd-wrt-configuration-with-native-ipv6.html (v23 DD-WRT but native IPv6)
Sadly, the site that had the v23 exampled I knew about is gone or offline for now (solosoft.org).
Added by Dan Jones on October 15, 2009 at 12:11am —
Added by newolder on October 14, 2009 at 8:30pm —
The roadmap that defines the direction for the roll-out for IPv6 in Malaysia has been declassified and is available for public view.
Go to http://www.nav6.org/V3/control.php
Added by Julian Vincent on October 14, 2009 at 7:38pm —
Iowa Technology Blog -- www.iowatechblog.com
Added by SimplicIT on October 14, 2009 at 12:18pm —
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
Added by Mikael Lind on October 14, 2009 at 11:30am —
I finally got the second 5GT (running 5.4r10) connected via HE. While messing with a canned config and the HE settings for my tunnel, I found out HE now offers ScreenOS configs for their tunnels. The menu states it works with ScreenOS 6.2 but I can confirm it works perfectly with 5.4 as well (assuming your 5.4 code supports IPv6). The tunnel config looks something like the following:
(first, make sure IPv6 is on 'set envar ipv6=yes')
set interface tunnel.1 zone… Continue
Added by Dan Jones on October 14, 2009 at 7:30am —
It has been only two weeks since we launched the site and already I am finding my work habits changing. I was never a big Facebook or ... name your SNS fan, mostly because I was too busy with work. An email to keep in touch with friends is my communication method of choice because it is uni-directional and I can get to everyone whenever I have time... But for business I'm finding myself doing about 25% of my communications through gogoNET already. It's interactive nature is more efficient than… Continue
Added by Bruce Sinclair on October 13, 2009 at 2:45pm —
This idea just came to me: How about an IPv6 killer app to get soccer fans (and there are MANY of them around the world) installing an IPv6 tunneling client to be able to watch the World Cup matches happening in South Africa in 2010 ? And it *only* works if you have an IPv6 connection as the video stream comes out with an IPv6 header ... this way ISPs look at implmenting IPv6 more seriously !!
Need to find a way do it legally (FIFA owns the rights to broadcasting the games), and… Continue
Added by Ahmed Abu-Abed on October 12, 2009 at 12:31pm —
November 2009 should be when the LHC
Added by newolder on October 8, 2009 at 4:00pm —
this is working..but the config keeps getting overwritten and the subnet gets reset so fails to connect.
see my forum post on how to get it to work
Added by James Preece on October 7, 2009 at 11:38am —
Five simple steps to getting published
1) Click on "My Page" tab.
2) Click on the "v6 Blog Posts" link on the left hand side of the page.
3) Enter your blog.
4) Choose your blog settings.
Decide on when to publish and who can see it/comment on it
5) Click on Publish.
And that's it... you're now famous ;-)
Added by gogoSTAFF1 on October 1, 2009 at 9:46am —