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#196437 31-May-2016 11:33
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Further to this post of mine a couple of months ago when I called 2degrees to set this all up I was informed they no longer offer this service. Are there people on here that still have this? Does anyone have any contact details for someone in 2degrees / spark that knows about this?

 

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   Jason

 

 


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  #1562952 31-May-2016 12:24
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Yes I'd be interested to as I would ideally like 1 more IPv4 address for a personal owncloud server as my family in the UK do not have ipv6 enabled internet connections which makes sharing awkward...


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  #1562955 31-May-2016 12:31
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@Benoire Use Cloudflare for this - if you set up an AAAA record to your OwnCloud server and proxy it through them (by clicking on the cloud icon) it'll act as an IPv4/IPv6 to IPv6 proxy enabling other people without IPv6 to access your services. This is what I do with my personal webserver hosted at https://murfy.nz which has a server that is IPv6 only.





 
 
 
 


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  #1562956 31-May-2016 12:33
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@michaelmurfy,

 

 

 

Great! I've got a cloudflare account and they do my DNS I just hadn't thought that out!... Although the next step is getting IPv6 through my fritzbox as it is refusing to :-( but that is a different matter to this topic.


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  #1562957 31-May-2016 12:35
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Benoire:

 

@michaelmurfy,

 

Great! I've got a cloudflare account and they do my DNS I just hadn't thought that out!... Although the next step is getting IPv6 through my fritzbox as it is refusing to :-( but that is a different matter to this topic.

 

 

Also shove a "LetsEncrypt" certificate on your OwnCloud server and enable strict HTTPS - Mine doesn't go through Cloudflare (https://owncloud.murfy.nz) however you get full SSL this way.





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  #1562962 31-May-2016 12:38
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 I've got the verified StartSSL setup so can get unlimited SSLs with 2 year validations on them so owncloud is setup on that.


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