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makno
01-10-2010, 19:10
same as myatu, works with the HE tunnel

unclebob
01-10-2010, 19:07
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
Not just testing it, they're rolling it out. I'm on BT Infinity, which allows me to, ahem, legally acquire legitimately purchased material at 4MB/s down, 1MB/s up. Jealous?
Yes

Myatu
01-10-2010, 18:09
Works fine over HE, btw.

Code:
wget -6 https://[2001:41d0:4::1] --no-check-certificate
--2010-10-01 17:07:26--  https://[2001:41d0:4::1]/
Connecting to 2001:41d0:4::1:443... connected.
WARNING: certificate common name `ssl12.ovh.net' doesn't match requested host name `2001:41d0:4::1'.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 463 [text/html]
Saving to: `index.html.5'

100%[====================================================================================>] 463         --.-K/s   in 0s

2010-10-01 17:07:26 (129 MB/s) - `index.html.5' saved [463/463]

Razakel
01-10-2010, 17:47
Quote Originally Posted by LawsHosting
Not really, my 1.5MB/s will do me (and, no, I'm not with BT!) - I'm just saying BT are slow to get with the times.........

Do they cap that 4mb tho?
100GB a month, after which you're deprioritised. But I managed to hit 300GB in my first month without any real effort.

LawsHosting
01-10-2010, 17:44
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
at 4MB/s down, 1MB/s up. Jealous?
Not really, my 1.5MB/s will do me (and, no, I'm not with BT!) - I'm just saying BT are slow to get with the times.........

Do they cap that 4mb tho?

Razakel
01-10-2010, 17:40
Quote Originally Posted by LawsHosting
What do you expect! BT have just started testing FTTC, took them long enough to realise we don't need fibre just in our diets!
Not just testing it, they're rolling it out. I'm on BT Infinity, which allows me to, ahem, legally acquire legitimately purchased material at 4MB/s down, 1MB/s up. Jealous?

Neil
01-10-2010, 17:37
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
Though I think Global Services did some public testing with v6...
Yes they did, which is why I was thinking out of all BT they would know.

But we also fully aware of the complexities of dealing with BT.

LawsHosting
01-10-2010, 17:37
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
I called BT about IPv6 - they didn't know what it was.
What do you expect! BT have just started testing FTTC, took them long enough to realise we don't need fibre just in our diets!

Razakel
01-10-2010, 17:34
Quote Originally Posted by Neil
BT Global Services would/should know, if not send them an email with this, http://penrose.uk6x.com/ - this might get there attention.
Residential and small business broadband is provided by BT Retail. BT Retail buy from BT Wholesale, and the actual pipes are BT Openreach. Global Services deals with larger businesses with specific IT or telecoms needs, they don't touch us paupers - though they might have something to do with the BT backbone.

The people who would be implementing v6 are either Retail or Wholesale. Unfortunately, you need to battle your way through the offshore call centers to get a hope in hell of talking to someone who has a clue what they're talking about. Or not, as the case may be.

Though I think Global Services did some public testing with v6...

(My Dad works for BT, so I'm well-versed in BT's internal insanity )

Neil
01-10-2010, 17:15
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
Works fine for me (SOCKS and Putty through my OVH box). Certificate error, though, obviously.

I called BT about IPv6 - they didn't know what it was. Even the UK people didn't have a clue. God help us...
BT Global Services would/should know, if not send them an email with this, http://penrose.uk6x.com/ - this might get there attention.

Razakel
01-10-2010, 16:54
Works fine for me (SOCKS and Putty through my OVH box). Certificate error, though, obviously.

I called BT about IPv6 - they didn't know what it was. Even the UK people didn't have a clue. God help us...

oles@ovh.net
01-10-2010, 15:40
thank you all.

obviously it works (for those who have IPv6).

Octave

gregoryfenton
01-10-2010, 13:53
I use teredo/miredo for ipv6 from home.

I can't ping6 your server but I can ping6 my kimsufi:

Code:
greg@greg-desktop:~$ ping6 2001:41d0:4::1
PING 2001:41d0:4::1(2001:41d0:4::1) 56 data bytes
From 2001:0:53aa:64c:f7:6905:a153:d257 icmp_seq=11 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
From 2001:0:53aa:64c:f7:6905:a153:d257 icmp_seq=12 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
From 2001:0:53aa:64c:f7:6905:a153:d257 icmp_seq=13 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
From 2001:0:53aa:64c:f7:6905:a153:d257 icmp_seq=14 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
From 2001:0:53aa:64c:f7:6905:a153:d257 icmp_seq=15 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
From 2001:0:53aa:64c:f7:6905:a153:d257 icmp_seq=16 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
^C
--- 2001:41d0:4::1 ping statistics ---
16 packets transmitted, 0 received, +6 errors, 100% packet loss, time 15035ms
Code:
greg@greg-desktop:~$ ping6 labby.co.uk
PING labby.co.uk(ipv6.labby.co.uk) 56 data bytes
64 bytes from ipv6.labby.co.uk: icmp_seq=1 ttl=60 time=87.4 ms
64 bytes from ipv6.labby.co.uk: icmp_seq=2 ttl=60 time=61.9 ms
64 bytes from ipv6.labby.co.uk: icmp_seq=3 ttl=60 time=38.1 ms
64 bytes from ipv6.labby.co.uk: icmp_seq=4 ttl=60 time=40.3 ms
^C
--- labby.co.uk ping statistics ---
4 packets transmitted, 4 received, 0% packet loss, time 3004ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 38.123/56.973/87.439/19.900 ms
I can however access the sites from my kimsufi, it gives a webmail page in wget
Code:
wget -6 http://[2001:41d0:4::abcd:abcd:45]/ -O index.html
cat index.html
webmail http://webmail.ovh.net










Cliquez ici pour votre redirection



darkfyre
01-10-2010, 11:46
Same... in fact the official reply from my ISP was:

As always when new products or services become available we will let customers know. At this time we have no plans scheduled in to use ipv6.
Regards,
Paul B

LawsHosting
01-10-2010, 11:41
My ISP isnt IPv6 yet Oh well, by 2012 maybe knowing England!

Neil
01-10-2010, 11:31
If you have 23 seconds ...

Hello,
We are finalizing some level testing of IPv6 and shared hosting. The objective is to give IPv6 to every site hosted on our clusters.
It's better than one IPv4 ...

NB:
To make the tests, your ISP must be IPv6 ...

Can you test if these work for IPv6 you?
2001:41d0:4::1
2001:41d0:4::2
2001:41d0:4::3
2001:41d0:4::abcd
2001:41d0:4::abcd:abcd:45

On SSL, it should work but also you might get an error on the certificate.
2001:41d0:4::1
2001:41d0:4::2
2001:41d0:4::3
2001:41d0:4::abcd
2001:41d0:4::abcd:abcd:45
Thank you for your feedback (oles@ovh.net).

Regards
Octave