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Paris server down?

Started by Nowwhat, June 07, 2018, 10:53:23 PM

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tserv10.par1.he.net or

Tunnel ID : tunnel245809.tunnel.tserv10.par1.ipv6.he.net (up for years now)

My Client IPv4 is 'fixed'.

Since 00h20 AM 8 juin 2018.

Just me ?


same here Paris seem down


I observe the same problem



Thank you for contacting Hurricane Electric.

We are aware of the Paris issue, & are working to resolve the issue.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

HE Support



Quote from: Nowwhat on June 08, 2018, 03:36:38 AM

I guess Tunnel Server Status is just a static page.

the page has been updated

Paris is down


It is back up, at least for me. Just a somewhat bizarre issue that one tunnel machine cannot ping (but can traceroute!) a machine in a routed subnet behind another tunnel. (I have two tunnels for two locations.)

I see the ping reply go out on the second tunnel, but it never comes out of the first tunnel.

Pinging works across tunnel machines, even on a routed subnet IP.

The difference I see between the ping replies is a "flowlabel" on the ones that are dropped.

In the other direction, the ping request is also dropped.


paris is back
work well for me !


Same here.
All  :D again !

Thanks, he.net - great service.


Seems to have an issue again?

I can ping the other side of the tunnel from any IPv6 address in my assigned /48 or /64 prefixes but can't get anywhere else.  Seems like the tunnel server is up but there is a routing issue?

If I traceroute from an IPv6 Internet connected router the traffic gets as far as 2001:470:0:296::2 and then stops.

Anyone else?



Yes, same here. I can contact two hosts behind different tunnels both on the Paris server, but nothing outside. Looks like the Paris server has lost its outside IPv6 connectivity.


same issue here ! paris seem down


Seems like it is being looked at now...  Just had an email response.  I still can't connect to anything, however my traceroutes are getting a hop further...