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#116686 6-May-2013 23:19
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I want the "I'm riding the tubes!" badge here on Geekzone, can you help me please? :-)

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  #812417 6-May-2013 23:22
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Reeealy what that badge huh Scott?

I'm not in WLG but I have a IPv6 based terminal server...




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  #812427 6-May-2013 23:31
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Our Lower Hutt office runs native IPv6. I can give you wifi access if you want to sit outside LOL.




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  #812440 6-May-2013 23:49
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Zeon: Our Lower Hutt office runs native IPv6. I can give you wifi access if you want to sit outside LOL.


Oooooh. Will connecting up using my Android 4.1.2 device and using Chrome for Android do the bizzo?

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  #812441 6-May-2013 23:50
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danielfaulknor: Reeealy what that badge huh Scott?

I'm not in WLG but I have a IPv6 based terminal server...


Yup ;-)

Sounds like that could just do the trick!

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  #812452 7-May-2013 01:21
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I have native IPv6 at home and is in Wellington ;)

Something else - using a tunnelbroker like Freenet6 works :)




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  #812461 7-May-2013 07:08
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michaelmurfy: I have native IPv6 at home and is in Wellington ;)

Something else - using a tunnelbroker like Freenet6 works :)


Tunnelbrokers should be excluded, it should be reserved for those of us using a native IPv6 connection if you ask me :-)


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  #812780 7-May-2013 13:20
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dolsen:
michaelmurfy: I have native IPv6 at home and is in Wellington ;)

Something else - using a tunnelbroker like Freenet6 works :)


Tunnelbrokers should be excluded, it should be reserved for those of us using a native IPv6 connection if you ask me :-)



I do agree with you! It's sorta cheating.




 
 
 
 


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  #812799 7-May-2013 13:34
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Couple of weeks ago, I set up IPV6 Tunnel using SixXS on my Apple Airport Extreme on Vodafone/TelstraClear Cable.




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#812803 7-May-2013 13:36
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Scott - use this.

Thank me later.

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  #812805 7-May-2013 13:39
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I don't have IPv6 at home.





 

 

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  #812807 7-May-2013 13:41
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OT: Should the I survived the Mayan end of the world! be awarded to everyone? I don't see mine awarded.

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  #812826 7-May-2013 13:45
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chiefie: OT: Should the I survived the Mayan end of the world! be awarded to everyone? I don't see mine awarded.

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Wouldn't you have to be on here on the 21/12/12 to receive that?




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#812858 7-May-2013 14:35
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nate: Scott - use this.

Thank me later.


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  #812874 7-May-2013 14:54
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The I survived the Mayan end of the world! was given to visitors logged in on the day AFTER as Michael pointed out.




 

 

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  #812882 7-May-2013 15:04
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freitasm: The I survived the Mayan end of the world! was given to visitors logged in on the day AFTER as Michael pointed out. 


Oohh.. I thought Special Badges are just special, I didn't know it is time-related badge. No problem.




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