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 on: February 22, 2018, 12:42:21 PM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by JRMTL
i'm now experiencing buffering with youtube via nyc4

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 on: February 22, 2018, 02:04:28 AM 
Started by bigshorty - Last post by bigshorty
Hi

Hoping someone might be able to help me with an issue I have with IPv6 websites not loading.

I created an ipv6 tunnel this morning and configured a 6in4 tunnel on my Asus RT-AC86U router, that bit went well. However, when it comes to setting up the WAN DDNS settings I get a 'Request Error: Try again' message pop up. The weird thing is that even with this error I can ping ipv6.google.com from my router, and also through command prompt on my PC, however when I try and load ipv6.google.com on my browser I get a 'This site cannot be reached' message.

Can anyone give me some advice or help on what I might be doing wrong?

Any thoughts / views on this would be greatly appreciated.

Additional note:

I've managed to sort the WAN DDNS settings, I was using the wrong username  ::)

Unfortunately, I'm still left with some websites not loading at all, mainly from browser bookmarks. Any ideas why this might be happening and how I can rectify it would be appreciated.

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 on: February 21, 2018, 08:35:33 PM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by kriteknetworks
Can't tell, looks like comcast is throttling ipv6 traffic if I dont use native. I get full download speeds with native, but 1MBps when using HE tunnel.
They are not throttling. Congested link more likely.
Can you please tell me how you arrived at your conclusion?

My download speeds for the last 9+ months have consistently been capped at 9-11Mbps when on HE tunnel. 125Mbps if I use comcast native. Also consistently get faster upstream on HE tunnel, typically 14-17Mbps. Its not typical to have faster upstream than downstream on residential cable connection. I don't see this behaviour when using comcast native ipv6.

I have been a tunnel user with HE for many years, and have never experienced any throttling/rate limiting on tunnels, but this throttling began in spring 2017, and hasn't changed since. During that time there were changes in comcast network and service in my area. Prior to this I had no problems.

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 on: February 21, 2018, 01:06:43 PM 
Started by rizlo - Last post by rizlo
Never mind! I see the front page is now showing maintenance notification.....That wasn't there before :)


Carry on

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 on: February 21, 2018, 01:05:42 PM 
Started by rizlo - Last post by rizlo
Hey,

I went to go update some dns records today - Looks like the portal is having some problems? Once login is processed (that took 60s) I'm presented with a blank page. Can't see any of my domains. Clicking add new domain (or slave) just grays out the screen.

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 on: February 20, 2018, 02:32:06 PM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by artooro
I've been seeing this a lot for the last week or so with YouTube. Sometimes videos don't even play. I am using the Toronto 216.66.38.58 endpoint. Disabling IPv6 on the computer resolves the issue.

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 on: February 20, 2018, 09:18:01 AM 
Started by kcochran - Last post by kcochran
Since the last update, we have added additional regular tunnel servers in the following locations, now having at least one tunnel server on every continent:
(yes, we know, except Antarctica.  McMurdo Station would be... interesting)
  • Bogota, Colombia
  • Sydney, Australia
  • Djibouti City, Djibouti

They are now live and available to choose when creating a tunnel. Again if you would like to use your existing tunnel's IPv4 endpoint on a new tunnel-server, please delete your existing tunnel then pick the new location to create your tunnel.

*REMINDER* - Deleting your old tunnel means deallocating your IPv6 blocks, and you will be assigned NEW allocations based on the tunnel server you pick.

Tunnel servers in the following locations are now running on upgraded hardware:
  • Fremont 2, California, US
  • Los Angeles, California, US

If you have any problems, please email ipv6@he.net to open a trouble ticket.

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 on: February 17, 2018, 07:59:59 AM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by Napsterbater
Can't tell, looks like comcast is throttling ipv6 traffic if I dont use native. I get full download speeds with native, but 1MBps when using HE tunnel.
They are not throttling. Congested link more likely.

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 on: February 16, 2018, 04:42:36 PM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by kriteknetworks
Can't tell, looks like comcast is throttling ipv6 traffic if I dont use native. I get full download speeds with native, but 1MBps when using HE tunnel.

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 on: February 16, 2018, 11:58:04 AM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by DJX
Same problem here.
Using tunnel server: 216.66.22.2

As a workaround I have added *.youtube.com and *.1e100.net to my IPv6 DNS blacklist.
You can find more information about how I accomplished this if you refer to my thread here: https://forums.he.net/index.php?topic=3794

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