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 41 
 on: July 05, 2019, 08:02:32 PM 
Started by tMHru - Last post by cholzhauer
Can the non-working computer ping the router ahead of it?

 42 
 on: July 05, 2019, 07:29:47 AM 
Started by tMHru - Last post by tMHru
Different versions of the “ip” program, or different OSs.

Both of them are " Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa", the first is armvl7 media player, the second 'usual computer' with core2duo.

Still I don't get why 2nd host (core2duo) cannot use assigned v6 addresses within my IP range of the tunnel - like this one -  2001:470:28:*::123

I see that tunnel is working:
64 bytes from 2001:470:27:*::1: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=19.2 ms
64 bytes from 2001:470:27:*::1: icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=19.2 ms

I see that mine side :2 is visible to irc/web, but - other IPs are not, still...
what is this, can someone tell ?

BTW, I do not see no "ip6tnl0" mention on 2nd host "ip a"...might be this is the main problem ?

 43 
 on: July 04, 2019, 11:29:30 PM 
Started by alainj - Last post by alainj
If you're unable to ping your public IP address, that's your problem.

Thanks for your answer.
The issue is solved for me now.

What I had to do: change cable modem configuration from router to bridge.
Then the wan interface of my DD-WRT got the public IP (and was pingable from the outside).

So the conditions to create the tunnel were met and it is indeed created now.

Next step: add the correct configuration to the clients to be able to visit something like ipv6.google.com for testing purpose.

Thanks again!

Al

 44 
 on: July 04, 2019, 07:16:05 PM 
Started by alainj - Last post by cholzhauer
If you're unable to ping your public IP address, that's your problem.

If you have a firewall after your modem/router, look there.  You can contact your ISP and see if they block ICMP, if they don't, it's in DDWRT somewhere.

 45 
 on: July 04, 2019, 02:31:30 PM 
Started by alainj - Last post by alainj
Hi,

I'm afraid this is a classic question but I can't find my way through and maybe someone may help to solve the issue.

I try to create a first tunnel and get the message:
IP is not ICMP pingable. Please make sure ICMP is not blocked. If you are blocking ICMP, please allow 66.220.2.74 through your firewall.

My setup:
Linksys router with DD-WRT.

In the router firewall, the option "Block anonymous Wan requests (ping) is not checked. And to be absolutely sure, I also tried with no firewall at all.

I used alternatively Ubuntu (no firewall on it) or OS X (firewall temporarily deactivated) as an OS, using NAT (client machine is 192.168.2.4)

If I try to ping my public IP from another place on the internet, I get no answer. 95.182.244.x

I tried to make a packet capture targeting Protocol 41 when using the HE form to create the tunnel. But I did it on the client, not on the router. No reaction. But I can't tell if it's because the ISP does not allow it or router doesn't "forward" it to the client machine.

Is there some test I'm not doing right or other tests I should attempt?

many thanks, in advance!

Al

 46 
 on: July 04, 2019, 08:30:16 AM 
Started by tMHru - Last post by snarked
Different versions of the “ip” program, or different OSs.

 47 
 on: July 04, 2019, 08:28:26 AM 
Started by dominix - Last post by snarked
You will need your HE user name and password to change the endpoint.  You may recover your user name from the tunnel DNS name PTR record.

 48 
 on: July 04, 2019, 02:33:17 AM 
Started by dominix - Last post by dominix
hi everyone.
I have  a long time ipv6 address that I would like to move to a new server as I reform a old one.
the new server will have a different IPv4 addres, and I do not hacve any login regarding the assignment of the ipv6 address. however I remember it was from HE.
How do I do that ? do I need to register somewhere ?

thanks for you tips.

 49 
 on: July 03, 2019, 02:51:45 PM 
Started by tMHru - Last post by tMHru
You can have one tunnel per public IP.  If you want more than one host to have an IPv6 address, you can use the routed /64 for hosts in the same VLAN or request a /48 to handle multiple VLANs.
Got it, Thanks !

And - what about main question - can you tell, please, why 2nd host has these strange "sit0@NONE" and "he-ipv6@NONE" while 1st host have "normal" ones ?:)

 50 
 on: July 03, 2019, 10:23:08 AM 
Started by tMHru - Last post by cholzhauer
You can have one tunnel per public IP.  If you want more than one host to have an IPv6 address, you can use the routed /64 for hosts in the same VLAN or request a /48 to handle multiple VLANs. 

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