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accepted Get IPv6 correctly through another router
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comment Get IPv6 correctly through another router
Thanks for this answer! By now, I changed the ISP and got my own AVM FRITZ!Box 7360 which lets me configure pretty much everything I want.
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Sep
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comment How to store git repos of abandoned projects?
I have a job that runs git gc --aggressive on all the git repos every month or so. That way I do not have to remember to do this manually.
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comment How to store git repos of abandoned projects?
Keeping them all as active is probably the easiest solution to it. Running git gc --aggressive on them regularly can be done with a script. “Simple is better than complex.”
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accepted How to store git repos of abandoned projects?
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comment How to store git repos of abandoned projects?
I do my backups with rsync, so I would need to exclude them there. But I do want the backup to be consistent, so I would like to avoid adding things to the backup ignore file. There is no super-repository in the ~/Projects` folder.
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asked How to store git repos of abandoned projects?
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comment Get IPv6 correctly through another router
I have tried with a different prefix in the WDR3600 LAN, my computer still got a 7600 address and I could not open any pages, probably because the routing did not work out.
Sep
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comment Get IPv6 correctly through another router
I have a screenshot from a couple days ago, I have not written down the IP addresses of the router yesterday :-/
Sep
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comment Get IPv6 correctly through another router
I ran tcpdump -n -i eth0 -v icmp6 since I did not have any interface called NIC, see the output as text file. I set the WDR3600 WAN to DHCPv6 (so no prefix delegation). I was able to access IPv4 pages with that setup. The TC7200 currently has 2a02:908:f400:2:31c9:7cf5:eb4:75e2/128 as the wAN address.
Sep
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comment Get IPv6 correctly through another router
I tried to let the WDR3600 use DHCP for wAN and LAN, but changed the 7600 to 7601 on the LAN. My computer still got a 7600 address assigned, which seems strange to me. I tried using prefix delegation, but that worked even less well. Someone said the TC7200 does not support prefix delegation.
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comment Use my own router if ISP supplid does not support bridge
I cannot change the ISP supplied modem. The bridged mode option is disabled as well. So the only two options are probably using another router as a plain access point (nothing gained) or using the router as the only DCHP client of the ISP supplied modem (might break IPv6 I heard). The ISP supplied modem is more locked down than an iPhone!
Aug
31
comment Use my own router if ISP supplid does not support bridge
I read in a German forum that this will not bring the IPv6 address to my machines correctly, yielding in a three NATs and the DS-Lite tunnel on the way. Only the mid-2014 version of OpenWrt seems to support this IPv6 thing correctly.
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asked Use my own router if ISP supplid does not support bridge