I worked on getting gogoc to work for hours yesterday. It is frustrating that there is no linux guide (I am using Ubuntu 13.10.) I installed gogoc using apt-get. I edited /etc/gogoc/gogoc.conf and made these changes:
userid=<my freenet6 user name> passwd=<my password>
I started gogoc using
First I got a message "FAILED - no server key"
sudo vi /etc/default/gogoc added line CHECK_KEYFILE="no"
Started gogoc and tried
ping6 ipv6.google.com and it responded
PING ipv6.google.com(lga15s28-in-x08.1e100.net) 56 data bytes From fe80::218:e7ff:fed2:6ff8 icmp_seq=1
1) Is using ping6 the way to test if gogoc working?
2) Do I need a server key? If so, how do I get it?
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Yes, I am in the middle of my Cisco class @ Kaplan University. I have been networking for over 12 years. LAN and WAN experience. Especially in the last few years. I have found some IPV6 DNS IP's for Comcast in my area. I have put them into my system. Not my router, just my main workstation. I then browsed some IPV6 only websites. I have used the tunneling stack as well.
My big deal is this. I am forced to take college courses that are IPV4. You know the OSI, TCP/IP, and DOD models.
I have a bad feeling much of this will change and I am wasting my time. But in order to get my degree in IT, I have to take the courses.
I just would like to know if most of my knowledge is going to still apply other than the 128 bit Hex addressing scheme and the weird 00ff::00:0fe2::aef2 (the ":" taking up places where there are two to four zero's?
I am very curious. Besides all of that I am in. I have been signed in and played around for a bit. And yes, I plan to use your help in capitolizing on this. The big businesses are going to have no choice but to pay up for help getting connected. And, that is where my next venture is heading. At least I hope. WE can all work together on this and be the top notch solution(s) to get things going. And maybe make a little something.
Hi Bruce, Thanks for the nudge on my profile :) While I do blog from time to time on v6, I do not currently plan to move those posts here, as I already have a small but growing audience over on my existing blog. I will certainly be posting links here but they won't be showing up in the 'blogs' section unless I can figure out how to pull in external content automatically.
Any contacts you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I'm trying to get data for a paper on the topic, and would like to give some picture of the current state of practical IPv6 multicast deployment.