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bio website gcworldind.com
location Michigan, USA
age 26
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen Nov 21 at 14:18

His name is Robert Paulson

His name is Robert Paulson

His name is Robert Paulson


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
Jan
14
awarded  Autobiographer