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Standard User Oddball
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 21-May-13 20:15:00
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Tunnelbroker and caller ID/Display


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Any issues with either of these? They are the only two factors (well those and the 18 months contract length) that are preventing me from jumping ship.

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Standard User NormanB
(experienced) Tue 21-May-13 22:36:09
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Re: Tunnelbroker and caller ID/Display


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I'm successfully using a ipv6 tunnel, though you'll need to order a static IP.
No issue with Caller ID, you just need to add it to you're account, £0.99/month.

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Standard User Spud2003
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 22-May-13 17:52:57
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I'm using Hurricane Electric's tunnelbroker on my RT-N66U without a problem.


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Standard User TLM
(legend) Wed 22-May-13 17:57:30
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My caller ID is working exactly as it did before I switched from BT. I AM paying for it, but at least they had the good sense not to remove what was already on there, and make me reorder it! smile
Standard User timl
(member) Wed 22-May-13 19:03:42
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I'm running tunnelbroker on the RT-N66U too works well and no issues with Caller ID either for the 99p a month.

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Standard User dragon2611
(committed) Sat 17-May-14 13:03:05
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Re: Tunnelbroker and caller ID/Display


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In reply to a post by NormanB:
I'm successfully using a ipv6 tunnel, though you'll need to order a static IP.
No issue with Caller ID, you just need to add it to you're account, £0.99/month.


You don't "Need" to have a static IP for Tunnelbroker to work but It's a lot easier if you do as you don't have to worry about updating HE with the current IPv4 address every time you get disconnected.

Not run into any troubles with it and an UBNT edgerouter on Plusnet
Standard User Mitchy_mitch
(experienced) Mon 19-May-14 15:19:21
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Re: Tunnelbroker and caller ID/Display


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I have set-up tunnelbroker today. It's working according to the TBB ipv6 test and a few others.
Can someone tell me how i can access my ip-cam from the web. When accessing it via ipv4 I used to type in http://x.x.x.x:579 and i would hit the ip-cam login page.

How do i access it via the ipv6 url, i have tried the below and none work.

2001:470:1f0x:xxx:xxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:579
http://2001:470:1f0x:xxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:579
http://[2001:470:1f0x:xxx:xxxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx]:579
http://[2001:470:1f0x:xxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx]:579.index.html

Can someone please advise.
Many Thanks

edited due to google (what's my ip address)giving me a longer ipv6 address than what my actual ip is. I originally left the whole address visible.

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Edited by Mitchy_mitch (Mon 19-May-14 15:34:03)

Standard User dragon2611
(committed) Mon 19-May-14 15:34:47
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Re: Tunnelbroker and caller ID/Display


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Does the cam support Ipv6?

Also does your router have any kind of firewall, if so make sure you are actually allowing port 579 to the cameras IPv6 address
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 19-May-14 15:56:22
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Can't you still access it using your IPv4 address? Even though you may be browsing using IPv6?

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Standard User Mitchy_mitch
(experienced) Mon 19-May-14 17:56:19
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Afaik, the cam does not support ipv6.
The ipv6 tunnelling is enabled using Tunnel 6in4, which i think allows ipv4 to still work on the lan.
I am still able to connect to the cam using ipv4
I have port forwarding enabled on wan port "579" to lan port 81, this allows the camera to work via the classic ipv4 way.

To be honest, it does not really bother me that much if it works as i can still access it via ipv4,
I have never tried to access my network via ipv6 before, i thought it would practically be the same.

I might be wrong about the 6in4, so i may be incorrect.
However, as well as my ip cam, i also cannot login to the router from the wan using the ipv6 address using port :8080.
I can login when using the ipv4 address.
Just wondering what everyone does to login to their own box.

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http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3141683986

Edited by Mitchy_mitch (Mon 19-May-14 18:02:57)

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