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  #1088073 13-Jul-2014 14:22
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Can the genius & orcon do SIP over IPv6?  At the moment there's no resolvable ipv6 address for sip1 or sip2


Not yet



Is ipv6 traffic being counted?  It would be a great incentive to get more people onto it if the data was free :)


Yea its been counted, and with the unlimited plans, really not much point spending the time to develop.



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  #1088255 13-Jul-2014 21:17
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ripdog: tracert -6 -h 255 obiwan.scrye.net

:)

Anything useful? Not really, just the knowledge that you're helping to advance the internet and test the next generation of core internet technologies. Some websites give you nice "You're using ipv6" labels sometimes.

Bit like donating your body to science, then? You personally get nothing from it but you hope someone else will!

 
 
 
 


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  #1088399 14-Jul-2014 10:47
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count me in I am now keen enough to have a play if I have to go back to using the genius black so be it .....
as far as I am aware I am on EUBA and in Hamilton





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  #1088504 14-Jul-2014 13:00
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dcole13: Damn, if you ever need Orcon Geinus White testers, I can if you would like (though not on EUBA, I don't think)


Genius White will do Ipv6 out of the box.

If you are in one of the test areas, then it should just work! :-)





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  #1088505 14-Jul-2014 13:00
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MadEngineer: Cheers, will do.  I had the Mikrotik in for a few hours and it was being assigned an IPv6 address just fine and could also ping & resolve face:b00c from its console.  My only problem was getting it to do DHCPv6 to my network.  I pretty much copied http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:IPv6/DHCP_Server#Configuration_Examples but with no success.  I'm keen to get this going so I can get more learned on the subject.


one thing to note is that Apple (OSX) doesn't support DHCPv6 Client.

I would recommend doing Stateless Autoconfig (http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:IPv6/ND)




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  #1093710 22-Jul-2014 14:00
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Anyone on UFB in Christchurch? :-)

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