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 on: October 30, 2018, 08:03:21 AM 
Started by yaroslavukr - Last post by broquea
Neither ticket has had a reply attached to it yet. Make sure you are emailing from an email address listed in your RIR's WHOIS information for both the ASN & IPv6 space.

I'll have someone check and look for the FAX.

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 on: October 30, 2018, 05:26:17 AM 
Started by yaroslavukr - Last post by yaroslavukr
Can an engineer have a look at it? It has been 4 days.
I sent email messages with a ticket number in the header. Sent a fax. I never got an answer.
ID: 505183
ID: 505188

Please help me.

Best regards, Yaroslav

 13 
 on: October 25, 2018, 10:19:22 PM 
Started by frleong - Last post by snarked
DS records go in the parent zone.  You need to add them through your domain registrar's interface (assuming your domain is at a registrar that supports it).  For reverse zones, it's my understanding that HE doesn't support that (yet).

If you are adding this for a subdomain of a domain you already have, just put the DS rrset into your zone.  Works fine for HE with secondary zones (as I have done that personally) by adding it at the primary host.  For HE with primary zone hosting, HE will have to answer the question.

 14 
 on: October 24, 2018, 07:26:13 PM 
Started by frleong - Last post by frleong
Hello,

I would like to delegate a subdomain to another DNS server to test DNSSEC. How can I add DS record to the domain hosted by dns.he.net? Thanks.

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 on: October 23, 2018, 09:11:40 PM 
Started by LGA1150 - Last post by LGA1150
I have not experienced problems as you describe, but I use DSL with DHCP, not PPPoE, at both my locations with the LAX server.
As long as you don't reboot the router, the IP won't be changed (DHCP renewal), so you are less likely to encounter this problem

 16 
 on: October 23, 2018, 06:05:04 PM 
Started by andrev - Last post by Tsuyo
Netplan is horrible for tunneling (Ubuntu should've never ditched ifupdown in favor of that). I tried the configuration that you linked to and ended up breaking a completely fresh Ubuntu installation to the point that it completely stopped responding to DHCPv4 requests (yes, even something completely unrelated to IPv6 tunneling causes it to break, and I'm 100% sure that that YAML structure in the configration file is correct), forcing me to do yet another fresh install.

You're better off stuffing the Linux-route2 example configuration in a systemd unit, that's how I've done it now with a whole lot less fuss and drama.

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 on: October 23, 2018, 04:37:04 PM 
Started by LGA1150 - Last post by snarked
I have not experienced problems as you describe, but I use DSL with DHCP, not PPPoE, at both my locations with the LAX server.

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 on: October 22, 2018, 01:44:22 PM 
Started by LGA1150 - Last post by LGA1150
It keeps bothering me for a few months, so I finally decided to open a topic here..
My ISP uses PPPoE and it terminates PPPoE session every 48 hours. So I have to use dynamic update API.
When this problem occurs, both the webpage and the API say the endpoint IP is updated, but the tunnel is broken. I think the endpoint IP on the tunnel server is not updated.
The only way to solve it temporarily is to 'force reload' the endpoint IP again, i.e. manually change the IP on webpage to another one then change back immediately or just re-dial to get a new IP.

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 on: October 15, 2018, 12:56:00 PM 
Started by mwareman - Last post by broquea
This is your first post to the forums, and may not be using the same tunnel server as OP. So while it has been persistent for you, others seem to work. So maybe provide data showing traceroutes, etc, to determine where it is failing. And at least open a trouble ticket so we can look into it. I cannot find a single trouble ticket opened referencing your account name or email address on file. So this is first we're hearing about it from you.

 
Just to update the topic - yes, the issue still persist and it is present for a loooong time now. Windows Update stops, Windows Activation never happen to finish, Skype - all do not connect whenever IPv6 and routing through HE tunnel is enabled. Disabling IPv6 on the machine (mac, windows, no matter) resolves the problem instantly.

There are periods when it doesn't happen but majority of time, Microsoft services are unreachable through HE ipv6 tunnel..... :(

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 on: October 13, 2018, 04:41:21 AM 
Started by mwareman - Last post by tomeq
Just to update the topic - yes, the issue still persist and it is present for a loooong time now. Windows Update stops, Windows Activation never happen to finish, Skype - all do not connect whenever IPv6 and routing through HE tunnel is enabled. Disabling IPv6 on the machine (mac, windows, no matter) resolves the problem instantly.

There are periods when it doesn't happen but majority of time, Microsoft services are unreachable through HE ipv6 tunnel..... :(

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