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Offline BenYeeHua

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Did your internet support IPv6 now?
« on: September 25, 2013, 04:10:03 AM »
As today I am using PPPoE to connect to the internet, but I can't connect it for 5-15 mins.(it hang on the authenticate)
After I am success connected to the internet, this is what's I found.


Welcome to the world of IPv6 and IPv4. :D
But I think the IPv6 door will be shut down after I disconnect (I guess they just testing IPv6 and see how many people are having the router that support IPv6 ;D, and it look like CfosSpeed has some issue for IPv6, even I am using the latest beta that support IPv6.

I has ping the Google DNS, it look like the latency are the same, but I found out many website that using IPv6 has become faster, as you know, even the latency is high, there are only some IPv6 user are using IPv6 link, just like the WiFI 5Ghz. ;)
And too bad traceroute only works for IPv4...

So I also check the whois of the IPv6 IP address, this is what I found.
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inet6num:       2001:0E68::/32
 netname:        TMNET-MY-20040224
 descr:          INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER, MALAYSIA
 admin-c:        TA35-AP
 tech-c:         TA35-AP
 country:        MY
 remarks:        SETTING UP THE IPV6 NETWORK TO CATER FOR TMNET'S NETWORK INFRA,
 remarks:        ADSL AND LEASED LINE CUSTOMER'S REQUIREMENTS.
 status:         ALLOCATED PORTABLE
 mnt-by:         APNIC-HM
 mnt-lower:      TM-NET-AP
 mnt-irt:        IRT-TMNET-MY
 changed:        hm-changed@apnic.net 20040224
 changed:        hm-changed@apnic.net 20070209
 source:         APNIC
 
 irt:            IRT-TMNET-MY
 address:        IPNOC, Level 6
 address:        Telekom Brickfield
 address:        Jln Tun Sambathan
 address:        Kuala Lumpur
 e-mail:         abuse@tm.net.my
 abuse-mailbox:  abuse@tm.net.my
 admin-c:        SM135-AP
 tech-c:         SM135-AP
 auth:           # Filtered
 mnt-by:         TM-NET-AP
 changed:        abuse@tm.net.my 20110223
 source:         APNIC
 
 role:           TMNET IP Administrators
 address:        Telekom Malaysia
 address:        Jalan Pantai Baru, Kuala Lumpur.
 country:        MY
 phone:          +6-1800-88-2646
 phone:          +603-83185434
 fax-no:         +603-22402126
 remarks:        dnsadm@tmnet.com.my
 remarks:        tm_osc@tmnet.com.my [TMDirect]
 remarks:        ssc@tmnet.com.my [Streamyx]
 remarks:        abuse@tm.net.my
 e-mail:         ipno@tm.net.my
 admin-c:        AS115-AP
 tech-c:         SM135-AP
 nic-hdl:        TA35-AP
 mnt-by:         TM-NET-AP
 changed:        hm-changed@apnic.net 20070209
 changed:        hm-changed@apnic.net 20110325
 source:         APNIC
remarks:        SETTING UP THE IPV6 NETWORK TO CATER FOR TMNET'S NETWORK INFRA,
 remarks:        ADSL AND LEASED LINE CUSTOMER'S REQUIREMENTS.

And it is funny that, as TMNet is the biggest ISP in Malaysia, we get expensive price as there are nearly no ISP that can be fight via Fiber/ADSL.
We get some QoS like this(from highest to lowest) ?>Business user>Fiber user>4 Mbps user>less than 2Mbps user, and the packet loss and latency are 0%?0%>0%>25%>50% and ?ms>5ms>50ms>100ms>200ms (I am listing the worst latency).

I will find some days to talking about the story of TMNet user. ;)
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So I just tested YouTube, it look like I am connect to 2404:6800:4001:c01::5b(Australia), the video also download from the same IPv6, not via IPv4 and download via Malaysia CDN server that join in the PeeringDB.

Best speed ever. 8)
But It has some slow down when just start the connection, I guess because CfosSpeed don't expand TCP Receive Window.
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Nope, it is SPDY, it look like it don't support IPv6 with difference subdomain, same server, same connection, for example accounts.google.com gg.google.com are difference connection, and the IPv6 DNS(I don't switch to Google DNS so the ISP DNS might be the issues) too.
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I also found out some software that using Teredo will still using Teredo, this is the way to disable/enable it and let those software start using your own IPv6. :)
http://lonesysadmin.net/2011/04/25/how-to-disable-teredo-ipv6-tunneling-in-microsoft-windows/
« Last Edit: September 25, 2013, 05:00:07 AM by BenYeeHua »

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Re: Did your internet support IPv6 now?
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2013, 11:03:49 AM »
https://ripe67.ripe.net/presentations/115-2013-10-16-ipv6-launch-365.pdf

So sad, until now only < 2% people are using IPv6, so I wonder how's it will become when IPv4 are finished.
I think it is not a issues for people that using PPPoA and getting the same IP address, but not PPPoE.

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Re: Did your internet support IPv6 now?
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2014, 02:49:47 AM »
I want to perform some changes like Router name, Router IP Changes to 10.10.1.1, Enabling SSH by default, Enabling HTTPS by default etc. I was able to do perform Router name changes. Now was testing with IP changes. I was not knowing that we can test with virtual machine. I will first try to search how can we do that.

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Re: Did your internet support IPv6 now?
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2014, 11:37:50 PM »
I want to perform some changes like Router name, Router IP Changes to 10.10.1.1, Enabling SSH by default, Enabling HTTPS by default etc. I was able to do perform Router name changes. Now was testing with IP changes. I was not knowing that we can test with virtual machine. I will first try to search how can we do that.
I has no idea about IP changes, for me, I am using Windows PPPoE to get support of IPv6.
And I tried to create a new PPPoE connections, with the same dial-up account, the IPv6 address changed.

Maybe you will wanna try that to see, did it is just me, or it is also happen to you. :)