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  1. Hello, Looking for BGP (GRE) Tunnel w/ DDoS protection and/or one without DDoS protection to announce some of our direct allocations IPv4/6 through. Requirements: BGP Tunnel (IPv4/IPv6) BGP Communities (not really necessary) Default-route only Public ASN 100 Megs or Gigabit bandwidth unmetered Location: Dallas or Kansas City (or central close) Quick turnaround turn up 24/7 support via email/ticket/phone Go with your best offers! Thanks you in advance!
  2. There are a lot of good offers on the LEB market but some providers do not want to support IPv6. Some providers want to support it but their datacenter do not care. This little tutorial is for customers wanting to play around with IPv6 even if their provider tells them "IPv6 will be available in two weeks". Open this page: http://www.tunnelbroker.net/ Create an account Create Regular Tunnel: http://www.tunnelbroker.net/new_tunnel.php Type in the public ip of your vps (IPv4 Endpoint) Select one of the tunnel severs: Create tunnel Open the config tab: Copy&paste the text to /etc/network/intefaces Run following commands as root: sysctl net.ipv6.conf.all.forwarding=1 nano /etc/sysctl.conf uncomment line #net.ipv6.conf.all.forwarding=1 ifup he-ipv6 Test your IPv6 connection: ping6 ipv6.google.com If you want you can add an additional /48 block too: Use this tunnel in FreeBSD They are providing the setup for FreeBSD but only the shell commands - no rc.conf. So let's take a look at the commands: ifconfig gif0 create ifconfig gif0 tunnel ipOfYourVPS ipOfTunnelBroker ifconfig gif0 inet6 ipv6OfYourVPS ipv6OfTheTunnelBroker prefixlen 128 route -n add -inet6 default ipv6OfTheTunnelBroker ifconfig gif0 up rc.conf would look like this: ipv6_enable="YES" gif_interfaces="gif0" gifconfig_gif0="ipOfYourVPS ipOfTunnelBroker" ipv6_ifconfig_gif0="ipv6OfYourVPS ipv6OfTheTunnelBroker prefixlen 128" ipv6_defaultrouter="ipv6OfTheTunnelBroker" ipv6_gateway_enable="YES" ipv6_ifconfig_gif0_alias0="2001:**:*:*::22 prefixlen 64" ipv6_ifconfig_gif0_alias1="2001:**:*:*::33 prefixlen 64"
  3. Hello, I'd like to introduce you to a new project I pull up with a few partner ISPs - We currently offer a few free services: - IPv6 address assignments for announce in any datacenter/ISP: Get up to a /44 (16 /48) for announce in any datacenter (check non-inclusive list of recommended/tested ISPs here: https://ip6.im/recommended-isp.html )Allocations are permanent, contracts for up to 10 years are available on request (Contract fee applies, contract with EU entity)Full RIPE control for the subnet, create your own WHOIS entries (up to /128s! Perfect for geolocation and similar) and delegate blocks to customers/locations/etc + RDNS delegation on /48 levelThis is a mature service tested over the last weeks, no beta anymore, turnaround time is usually around 12 hours. With this service you can keep your range while changing ISPs and never need to renumber again. Anycast supported with multiple ISPs announcing it. Please note that your data will be public in the RIPE database, if you want we can also allocate it only on a nickname (but needs public email address for abuse), please pm me for this before "ordering". Secure Orderform: https://ip6.im/get-started.html - Tunnelbroker Accounts: No IPv6 at home or on your server? You still want to participate in "Internet 2.0" and/or access free services like some Usenet providers? No problem at all! Our Tunnelbroker service gives you a /47 (2 /48, ~130000 /64) for your own setup. Currently in Beta, slots are limited. Only requirement currently is a static IPv4 (dynamic supported after beta) and a DD-WRT or better router (any OS supported) to run the tunnel. /47 allocation free/48 allocation reserved additionally for AnycastRIPE delegated to your data including abuse contactMultiple POP locations (currently available Kiev, Ukraine - Amsterdam, Netherlands and Kowloon, HK)Unmetered Traffic (Fair use, soft limit around 10TB/Tunnel/Month in EU and 1TB in Asia) @ 1Gbps shared (Ukraine 10Gbps)Tunnel via IPIP or GRE (OpenVPN L2 in alpha testing, NL only - Tinc available on request in all locations, also alpha)RDNS delegated to your DNSThis is essentially the same service as our non-tunneled IP allocations with us as ISP that announces it, you can move this network to your datacenter/ISP at any time so no need to renumber in the future once your ISP supports IPv6 (if they are willing to announce it or give you BGP). What is the difference between us and other tunnel brokers you may want to know? /47 allocation instead of /64 (or /48) by defaultBGP available with full table (including Cogent and Chinese carriers) or default route, does not require public ASN like HE (beta, public ASN of course also supported)Anycast available across all our locations (very alpha, with a reserved /48 outside your /47 alloc), configure tunnels on multiple servers and get traffic to the nearest oneNo SMTP/Port blocksRIPE WHOIS delegated to you, including ability to create smaller objects with other dataMove tunnel between locations without renumbering (takes 1-2 days, downtime ~1 hour)Traffic statistics available, including ability to connect by SNMP and get data for only your "switchport" (alpha, requires SNMP client with ability to set port)For now there are 10 tunnels available in NL, 5 in HK and 20 in UA. If you have ability to test features (BGP, Anycast) we can create some additional as exception. Order (does not display when out of stock, will notify you by mail): https://ip6.im/get-started.html Questions, Comments? Anything? :)