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Feb
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comment Giving each domain unique IPV6 address for posfix SMTP
There is a lot of misinformation out there, which is why I stated as plainly as possible that it is wrong, so hopefully I will save a few people from being misled ;)
Jan
30
answered Giving each domain unique IPV6 address for posfix SMTP
Jan
26
answered Bad connection to Google websites when using Teredo
Jan
22
comment How to stop generation of Link Local IPv6 address?
And devices on your local link can always see you MAC address, so "hiding" it in the IPv6 link-local address doesn't make any difference
Jan
22
comment How to stop generation of Link Local IPv6 address?
Link local addresses are a crucial part of IPv6 and need to be present
Jan
6
answered Is possible to route only one /64 ipv6 subnet for LAN?
Jan
4
answered ip6tables causing slowness
Dec
10
answered How to remove only one IPv6 address from an interface?
Nov
22
answered IPv4 connectivity to IPv6-only host
Nov
18
comment Issues forwarding ports after ISP IP Address change
Are you sure you still have a public wan address and you're not already behind a double NAT?
Nov
5
comment Using IPv6 with Firefox on Windows 7
PS: it doesn't matter if the DNS server is contracted over IPv4 or IPv6. There is nu such thing as DNSv4/DNSv6. It's the zone contents that matter
Nov
5
comment Using IPv6 with Firefox on Windows 7
Please show the contents of the DNS zone for that hostname
Nov
4
comment long delay during ssh login
For your system to try to use IPv6 there have to be at least three things: 1. the hostname your are connecting to has an AAAA DNS record. 2. Your local system thinks it has IPv6 connectivity. 3. Your IPv6 connectivity doesn't work and you are not getting proper ICMPv6 errors that would make your system stop trying IPv6
Nov
4
comment long delay during ssh login
Please be aware that disabling IPv6 often results in unsupported configurations these days. A better solution would be to try to find out what is going wrong.
Oct
15
comment IPV6 end-to-end data connection not working
Which ISP are you using and which IPv6 addresses have they given to you?
Oct
14
comment Why do some DNS addresses don't resolve if I set my network as IPv6 only?
@kasperd: I fully agree. Transition is a mess. The end result is nice :)
Oct
10
answered How to set up NAT46 on Linux router?
Oct
10
comment How to set up NAT46 on Linux router?
If your connection is IPv6 only, how do you access IPv4 content? NAT64 from your ISP?
Oct
7
comment Why do some DNS addresses don't resolve if I set my network as IPv6 only?
The biggest problem with deploying IPv6 is that there are so many protocols and options. IPv6 isn't that hard, but getting an overview of all the possibilities (and remembering their names) is.
Oct
7
comment Why do some DNS addresses don't resolve if I set my network as IPv6 only?
@KenCheung: 6to4 is a different protocol where you get automatic IPv6-in-IPv4 tunnels if have a public IPv4 address. It doesn't do translation. What you probably meant is NAT64. 6to4 is unreliable and shouldn't be used unless you are aware of its issues.