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IPv6 on Routing Platforms / Re: No internet over ipv6, pings ipv6 google.
« on: December 19, 2017, 10:59:50 AM »
Sounds like you have a firewall issue, what is your firewall?

Well, that's more than I knew before

Can you ping an ipv6 site and get a reply?  If not, your tunnel isn't up

Make sure your isp isn't blocking protocol41, make sure your router isn't blocking it, and make sure that if you have an rfc1918 address that you followed the instructions and altered the commands you used to create the tunnel

You've told me your tunnel works, so I'm not sure what I would be looking for.

We need details, without them, we can't help.

I have some, but I don't know which are valid because you didn't say which specific test you failed.

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

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

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

I got that, which build

Which version?

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?

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.

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

Competition over free software?

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)

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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