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Started by lauj, November 15, 2009, 07:26:44 AM
Quote from: lauj on November 15, 2009, 10:47:11 AMI have already done it many times today already and the information just won't get cached in HE's nameservers.
Quote from: jimb on November 15, 2009, 01:23:58 PMLOL. I actually was wondering if that might be the case. But there's no way for me to tell which one he was using without looking at his tunnel page. I should have asked.Is the last octet of the 3rd quad for client network is always odd, and the routed /64 even (since they're assigned in pairs)? That'd be one way to tell quickly if that always holds true.Also, I keep saying that HE should do something on the tunnel info page to highlight the differences between the two networks. This mixing up of client/routed networks has happened a more than a few times.
Quote from: kcochran on November 15, 2009, 01:52:20 PMI've reorganized the tunnel detail page a little bit, adding section titles. I could bold the differing digits in the /64s, but if people don't catch the difference as it is now, not sure how much more useful bolding it would be.I guess we could have a banner parade across the screen: "The /64s are different *elephant trumpets*" and the like, but I think that would be a bit overkill. ;-)