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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 103265 2-Jun-2012 14:15
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Does anyone here have IPv6 working on Snap?
I've just gotten it going, and some websites work fine. eg: ipv6.google.com, xnet.co.nz
However others do not. eg: facebook.com, viewbill.xport.co.nz.

What makes it even stranger is that I can ping the v6 sites which do not load.

I've contacted Snap about this and have yet to receive a response, so was wondering if anyone else has similar issues?

Thanks.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 634726 2-Jun-2012 17:35
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MTU, try dropping your MTU to 1492

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  Reply # 634770 2-Jun-2012 18:58
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Do a mtr to the sites?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 634784 2-Jun-2012 19:29
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MTU is set at 1492. I tried lowering it to no avail. It seemed to work at first, but afterwards I realised that my computers were just defaulting back to v4 due to the PPP session going up + down.

facebook.com:

viewbill.xport.co.nz:

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  Reply # 634802 2-Jun-2012 20:48
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Hmm, odd. I'm having the same problem to some sites (geekzone/facebook) via xnet. I have v6 too. mtrs show no packet loss, no proxy on my side.

Odd.

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