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 on: January 03, 2019, 12:36:44 PM 
Started by hechz - Last post by hechz
I have a question regarding having multiple tunnels with different source IPs on the same device. My router supports, and I am using multi-wan for my IPv4 connections, IPSEC-GRE, etc but I cannot get two HE tunnels to work at the same time on the device. Is this supported, known to work, or am I barking up the wrong tree?

 on: January 03, 2019, 09:01:23 AM 
Started by fastbyte - Last post by integrabh
I have changed the home router couple of days ago and I have a domain on so I'm trying to get dynamic DNS to work.

But after over 10-20 retry's i have seen that tunnelbroker gives a abuse status (abuse @ 2016-08-03 02:05:12).

How can I fix this?

DynDNS_FritzBox_To Tunnel Broker:

Update-URL:  ,......,Tunnel ID
Username: ibh     ,......,Username Tunnelbroker Login
Password: RWoghAb7kIaY3n3D  ,......,Key Dynamic DNS Record

 on: December 21, 2018, 05:29:23 AM 
Started by Walter H. - Last post by d3x0r
No ping response, it respolves to an IPv6 though.

But then today I find I can't connect through my tunnel to anywhere that is IPV6.

ping -6 (timeout)
ping -6 (timeout)
ping -6 [my upstream ipv6] 12-13ms.

don't know any further points to connect to.

I'm connecting via

my address is '' which resolves to 2001:470:d:579::4  I can ping it from my windows box (intenral network) but cannot from the world side... (found an online ping utility, that can ping (fails for me) and can't ping (which works for me).   it has been working until today.

 on: December 20, 2018, 04:16:50 PM 
Started by mcavic - Last post by snarked
I think you really need to take a look at the structure of the "" zone.

 on: December 20, 2018, 07:07:21 AM 
Started by mcavic - Last post by mcavic
When I create a /56 zone on HE, it's treating it as a /64 because it's separating by the colons.  The subnet is
x:x:x:6900::/56, but the web interface will only allow me to assign addresses that start with x:x:x:6900: and not 6901 through 69ff.

My thinking for a workaround is that a /56 delegation should automatically include all of the smaller included subnets, so I could just create the /64's on HE.  I can try it, I just wanted to verify before I bother my ISP with a change request.

 on: December 19, 2018, 08:38:44 PM 
Started by Walter H. - Last post by snarked
I tried it and it timed out for me too (twice).

 on: December 19, 2018, 08:37:37 PM 
Started by mcavic - Last post by snarked
Why would a 16-bit boundary be necessary?  IPv6 reverse zones have 4-bit boundaries.....

 on: December 19, 2018, 10:55:38 AM 
Started by mcavic - Last post by mcavic
I'd like to delegate an IPv6 /56 subnet to HE, but I'm not sure if HE supports that since it's not aligned on a 16 bit boundary.  If I delegate the /56, and then create zones for some of the included /64 subnets, would that work, or is there another way?


 on: December 19, 2018, 01:26:47 AM 
Started by Walter H. - Last post by Walter H.

can someone please try

when I do this on the machine that is my tunnel-end, no problem,
if I do this on any machine that has an IPv6 from the routed /64 prefix,
then I get massive problems - timeouts, ...

with any other site of my knowledge I haven't this problems;

the admin of this site tells me that there is a MTA setting problem on my side ...


 on: December 18, 2018, 07:12:30 AM 
Started by CootesNest - Last post by CootesNest
Unfortunately, the url seems to have stopped working altogether, now over ipv4, which makes updating dynamic ip messier.

Is this a known service issue?


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