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 on: January 27, 2019, 05:35:53 PM 
Started by sb20 - Last post by cholzhauer
You should be able to advance on the same page...once you pass one level, the next level should be available to you

 on: January 27, 2019, 07:31:20 AM 
Started by Nowwhat - Last post by AndrewButterworth
Down again...  Been down all day so far (UK).

Trace route stops at my end of the tunnel.  I can't reach the IPv6 address of the other end of the tunnel?
I can ping the IPv4 endpoint (Paris  Looks like there is something wrong on the router/host the tunnel terminates on?  New hardware in Paris?

Anyone else with tunnels to the Paris host having issues?

 on: January 27, 2019, 06:35:36 AM 
Started by sb20 - Last post by sb20
Hi Freinds,

I have started taking IPV6 certification and completed basic level Newbie. But after that i am not able to find the further test details.  I have also created IPv6 Tunnel through tunnelbroker and now stcuked not getting where and how to go.

Pleas guide me.


 on: January 25, 2019, 04:39:32 AM 
Started by wrtpoona - Last post by cholzhauer
You'd have to run something like Wireshark to see what's going on.

Have you tried it without the firewall?

 on: January 25, 2019, 12:37:42 AM 
Started by wrtpoona - Last post by wrtpoona
I moved to a new location and my tunnel receives no data (OpenWRT current).
There's just a single ISP serving this neighborhood and it is not my old ISP on which worked fine.

OpenWRT config:
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config interface 'wan6'
option proto '6in4'
option peeraddr ''
option ip6prefix '2001:470:8c1f::/48'
option tunnelid '***748'
option username '*******'
option password '********'
option mtu '1424'
option ip6addr '2001:470:1f06:8df::2'
option defaultroute '1'

iptables rules are in place to allow Proto 41:
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root@apu:~# iptables-save | grep 41
-A INPUT -p ipv6 -m comment --comment Allow-Protocol-41 -j ACCEPT
-A OUTPUT -p ipv6 -m comment --comment Allow-Protocol-41 -j ACCEPT
-A zone_wan_input -s -p ipv6 -m comment --comment "!fw3: Allow-Protocol-41" -j ACCEPT

root@apu:~# ip tunnel show
sit0: ipv6/ip remote any local any ttl 64 nopmtudisc 6rd-prefix 2002::/16
6in4-wan6: ipv6/ip remote local ***.***.208.191 ttl 64 6rd-prefix 2002::/16

The log shows the link as up, but only a few packets are sent, but zero are received:
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Fri Jan 25 13:52:03 2019 daemon.notice netifd: Interface 'wan6' is setting up now
Fri Jan 25 13:52:03 2019 daemon.notice netifd: Interface 'wan6' is now up
Fri Jan 25 13:52:03 2019 daemon.notice netifd: tunnel '6in4-wan6' link is up
Fri Jan 25 13:52:03 2019 user.notice firewall: Reloading firewall due to ifup of wan6 (6in4-wan6)

I've tried changing MTU to 1480 and 1280, no cigar.
How would I test if this new ISP is silently dropping Protocol 41?

 on: January 24, 2019, 12:00:06 PM 
Started by Carl-Adam Berglund - Last post by Carl-Adam Berglund

I passed the sage level a while ago and of course i got very exited over the t-shirt. Does anyone know when to expect the t-shirt? I cant wait to brag about it whit pics in the forum.

Best regards

Carl-Adam Berglund


 on: January 19, 2019, 02:18:42 AM 
Started by tc424 - Last post by tc424
Were there are known blips on Thursday? I seemed to lose my v6 connection a couple of times. Obviously could also have been parts the underlying v4 network instead, though my monitoring graphs for my end of my v4 connection showed nothing (maybe LINX problem?)

Graph hopefully attached - times are UTC..


 on: January 14, 2019, 11:15:05 AM 
Started by Napsterbater - Last post by jschv6
I agree that this should definitely be communicated more transparently somewhere on the tunnelbroker site.

I thought about setting up a RiotIM server on a raspberry. Because port 443 on my IPv4 (dynamic) IP is already taken I planned to set it up using IPv6 only and use Cloudflare as IPv4->IPv6 proxy.

If I hadn't browsed this forum for a totally different reason I surely would also have spent quite some time debugging this setup.

I can assume why you did this and can a bit sympathize with that. But please make it transparent to all users!

 on: January 13, 2019, 04:36:12 PM 
Started by snarked - Last post by kcochran
The site has done something similar for years.  When you go to create a tunnel, it makes a request to an IP assigned to every tunnel server.  Whichever one is 'closer' by your ISP's metrics will reply, and automatically be set as the default server to create a tunnel on.  In some cases this might not turn out to be the closest by latency, but should generally be pretty close to it, unless your ISP has some unusual routing decisions.

 on: January 11, 2019, 12:55:00 PM 
Started by kcochran - Last post by kcochran
Tunnel servers in the following locations are now running on upgraded hardware:
  • Hong Kong
  • Paris, France

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