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At 4:58am on November 10, 2011, Giuseppe said…

Salve a tutti

Volevo sapere se era possibile acquistare in server gogonet per avere un integrazione completa di dispoditivi hardware completi di client embedded. Spero di essere stato chiaro nella domanda... e buona giornata a tutti!


At 6:00pm on September 5, 2011, Damon Permezel said…

Finally received my gogo CPE.  I live in Australia.  Just arrived yesterday.

Thank you very much for including a 120V only power supply with a North American plug.  This is not at all useful.


How do I go about getting a power supply that might be vaguely useful in Australia?

At 3:31pm on July 11, 2011, thomas brenac said…
i wonder how long it takes to receive my gogocpe. paid 3 weeks ago and still nothing....
At 12:27pm on June 25, 2011, tx-Cliff said…


I am still checking what might be required to use gogoWARE software and hardware with dual-stack or with using a tunnel.  I know I could use IPv6 with my Andriod and software on it if I have an IPv6 router.  Am still checking the best way to make it usable here.  (and email is welcomed, unless is is SPAM)

All be safe.. txcliff


At 11:15am on April 24, 2011, tx-Cliff said…
Learning more about IPv6 and will be back soon.
At 5:49am on January 3, 2011, Ahmed Abu-Abed said…
from what I heard the gogoCPE is coming soon so keep tuned
At 10:15pm on August 3, 2010, Khow Wai Hong said…
Where are the cpe and server produced? Do they meet standard compliance for RoHS, energy saving...etc?
At 3:38pm on June 29, 2010, G. M. Owen said…
Does anyone know of a source for Cisco Router Netflow output over IPv6?
At 12:19pm on March 25, 2010, Jerry Roy said…
so... Can I buy a cpe and just plug it in and get to the ipV6 cloud?
At 3:07pm on March 23, 2010, Bruce Sinclair said…
Hello everyone, we are happy to announce the release of gogoSERVER 2.0 beta. This new version will support DS-lite and the soon to be released gogoCPE v6 adaptor. For more information please read the press release, look at the brochure or read the manuals.
At 11:54am on February 15, 2010, gogoWARE said…
Dadou to answer your question on the gogoCLIENT on Linux, it currently supports NAT traversal with IPv6 in UDP IPv4. The only thing that is currently not supported is IPv4 in IPv6.
At 10:04am on February 12, 2010, dadou embas said…
I enqueue myself to the question posed by Ahmed Abu-Abed and add my own:
As early IPv6 home user adopter I find myself needing it exactly how you portrait it in the Powered By page.
I have Ipv4 mobile client (both mobile phone and Laptop), IPv4 home router, IPv4 home private network.
Except you miss to include the services one might want to runs there, let me list mine own's:
IPv4 Home Private network:
a home server, one of the ready configured self installable linux home server out there:
currently amahi (LAMP stack, a variety of PHP web apps, samba server, dns, OpenVPN), years ago it was a ClarkConnect server and even longer ago it was a OpenNAS server.
IPv4 hardware camera and software cameras (zone alarm software)
Amanda backup server on a separate machine (might become windows home server)
gaming console accessing multimedia files.

IPv4 Mobile network:
VPN client (for safe accessing with a web browser my PHPwebapps and backups service, files/cameras at home)
Laptop and phone camera sharing with home

so basically I have to continue doing all this by OpenVPN because the IPvs gogoclient does not offer NAT traversal on linux (the platform where all my server runs) and I happen to find a lot of NATted connections around Europe (where I travel most) and I have one at home myself.
I am not a linux developer or programmer neither a geek, all the above is available to anyone without much IT expertise neither time or money expense, and that's exactly what you described as "anyone having a personal url accessible from everywhere":

so when will the gogoclient support tunnel_mode=v6anyv4 and v6udpv4 on linux?
does to GogoCPE supports the above tunneling methods? is it still in beta? when might it become an open beta and when will it be available to the public?
At 1:53am on December 14, 2009, Ahmed Abu-Abed said…
Assuming the information can be openly shared, is there a roadmap for gogoWARE products (especially the clients) that can be posted in this forum ?
At 10:02am on October 16, 2009, gogoWARE said…
gogoWARE manuals are available in the gogoWARE section of the Support tab. Click here to see them.


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