marine64 at gmail
Jun 20, 2012, 6:55 AM
Post #3 of 3
Thank you for the information. I just wish they would get it all working.
At this point I would be happy with a GRE tunnel to a router that had IPv6.
I use tunnel broker now but with the low lease time of the TW dhcp server i
have to run the updater script just about every hour to keep the tunnel up.
/beginrant When I called the tech support line trying to get information
about their IPv6 plans it was like talking to a brick wall. Eventually I
got a supervisor on the phone and he stated that there was no need for
IPv6. Everytime I talk to their support I feel dumber and dumber. They
don't even know the difference between a software issue and a network issue
in most cases. I called about seeing extremly high latency at the border
router as seen by traceroute at 2 seperate locations and they refused to do
anything until I requested them to talk to their supervisor. They put a
ticket in to the advanced tech support but I never heard a word from them.
/endrant... So maybe they can't do IPv6 until they get the network issues
taken care of. Somedays I miss having qwest, their tech support was great.
My account was tagged in someway and they usually asked if I would like to
be sent straight to level 2 support once they looked up my account. Maybe
someone from TW tech support will eventually see our messages and give the
On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 10:18 PM, <garya [at] completeweb> wrote:
> When I called Roadrunner about a week before IPV6 day, they had trouble
> anyone even in the business tech people that knew if it was even partially
> for residential or not. I also had signed up over a year ago for testing,
> heard nothing.
> Our datacenter in Columbus is fully IPV6, and I could route a /64 to me
> over an
> IPV6->IPV4 tunnel to my D-Link DIR-825 router and it worked great,
> contacted any
> IPV6 site no problems from within my residential RR network.
> But as far as native, they have no idea when, if even by year end.
> I couldn't even get a straight answer if they were doing IPV6 over their
> business class,
> so who knows. They don't even have the IPV6 testing signup page any more.
> Gary Anagnostis
> > Anyone here using timewarrner residential able to use IPv6 natively
> > world IPv6 day? I have the equipment to support it but never saw any
> > address being assigned to my firewall.
> > Brian Henson