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Jan
13
comment ejabberd runs on command, but not via service / ejabberdctl
Because there's a delay on when you can accept your answer, and I completely forgot about this thread. Nice 2yr necro though!
Jan
13
accepted ejabberd runs on command, but not via service / ejabberdctl
Jan
13
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Oct
14
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
20
awarded  Supporter
Dec
20
accepted NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)
Dec
7
comment NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)
As an update, I broke down and spent $180 on a Linksys AC1750 router that does have IPv6 support. I've tried everything and can't get it to connect. I can still plug my laptop in and get access though. I'm at a loss on this one.
Dec
7
comment NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)
Unfortunately, I don't have another license of Windows 7. While connecting to the internet on my windows 7 laptop does work, I cannot use my laptop in such a way since it travels with me. I do not have any other windows based devices. Everything I've got aside from the laptop is either linux, android, or embedded. If buying a new router is the only option I've got, would anyone happen to know of a good IPv6 router? I've been reading reviews, and none of them sound that good.
Dec
7
comment NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)
I don't have a windows server license. That's why I'm looking for some hopefully free flavor of linux that can handle the job.
Dec
7
comment NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)
I did some research yesterday and determined that smoothwall does not have IPv6 support. Even the latest RC doesn't have it. My normal router is a D-Link Gamer Lounge, and it doesn't seem to have support for IPv6 either, at least that I can determine. My old ipv4 range was either (66.188.x.x) or (75.128.x.x). How do I determine what type of provision they are using?
Dec
7
asked NAT with IPv6 (Forced by ISP)
Jan
31
answered ejabberd runs on command, but not via service / ejabberdctl
Jan
30
awarded  Editor
Jan
30
revised ejabberd runs on command, but not via service / ejabberdctl
Added info about command execution.
Jan
30
asked ejabberd runs on command, but not via service / ejabberdctl
Jan
17
comment Limiting upstream rates for web in Ubuntu 12.10
Looks like cband is gone. :(
Jan
17
awarded  Scholar
Jan
17
accepted Limiting upstream rates for web in Ubuntu 12.10
Jan
15
awarded  Student
Jan
15
asked Limiting upstream rates for web in Ubuntu 12.10