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Messages - cholzhauer

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I think you have bigger problems...you should be able to boot a Windows vm without it crashing.  You have a computer problem, not an IPv6 problem


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You can't, but you can spin up a VM and try without wiping your current system.

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Have you tried on a stable build like 1703 or 1709?  I ran the command you mention and it worked perfectly fine on 1709

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I got that, which build

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Which version?

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Questions & Answers / Re: Cloudflare Blocked on Free Tunnels now?
« on: December 04, 2017, 06:01:21 PM »
This doesn't affect me, so I don't really care, but what's the reasoning behind it?

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I can see there being a little bit of overhead, but nothing that would cut your speeds by 10x

Interested to hear how this turns out.

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Did this used to work and broke, or is this a new setup?

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Competition over free software?

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I don't have this problem on my Windows 10 machine at home, nor have I seen it with people that have native connectivity, so you may be on to something with the MTU.

(I am on a different tunnel server than you)

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Questions & Answers / Re: Problems with initial setup on Debian
« on: November 08, 2017, 05:02:31 AM »
Well, an easy test to tell whether or not it's the firewall is to just disable it and try again.  If it works, you have a firewall issue, if it doesn't, the firewall isn't the issue.

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IPv6 would work, but HE's setup requires you to have a publicly addressable IP address, and in this case, your friend wouldn't.

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Is your tunnel currently working?  They don't support double NAT

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Can you post what you're trying to use?  More details are helpful

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Questions & Answers / Re: Is an IPv6 tunnel applicable for Xbox One?
« on: October 23, 2017, 04:46:18 AM »
Terminating this on your router is probably easiest/best.  As snarked said, you should use 6in4

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