Test your connectivity for World IPv6 Day
achatz at forthnet.gr
Mon May 30 12:21:32 CEST 2011
After a little bit of research it seems like an (expected) mtu issue.
Firefox/IE on PPPoE (1492) => some issues
Chromium on PPPoE (1492) => no issues
Firefox/IE/Chromium on IPoE (1500) => no issues
I don't know that Chromium does and overcomes it. I guess i'll have to
get some captures.
What is even more strange, is that the actual sites are reachable
without any issue (although they do take a while to load).
Tassos Chatzithomaoglou wrote on 30/05/2011 11:48:
> I'm getting similar results with Firefox on WindowsXP or Linux. The
> same happens with IE on WindowsXP.
> It seems like there is >10sec delay on fetching those, because their
> data is being exchanged even after the test finishes.
> With Chromium everything works fine and the test finishes almost
> immediately :-\
> Dan Oachs wrote on 27/05/2011 22:29:
>> Anyone else seeing problems getting to the ipv6 version of
>> FreeBSD.org, IETF.org and a couple of others? My traceroutes die
>> after about 5 hops somewhere on he.net's network I believe.
>> Thanks for the nice website. Without these tests I would have never
>> known we had an issue connecting to some of them via IPv6.
>> Dan Oachs
>> Gustavus Adolphus College
>> On 05/27/2011 03:58 AM, Mirjam Kuehne wrote:
>>> Dear colleagues,
>>> The RIPE NCC is preparing some measurements for World IPv6 Day. One
>>> of them is the IPv6 eye chart, a web page that allows you to test
>>> your connectivity to selected dual-stacked web sites and World IPv6
>>> participants. The goal is to see if an end user has connectivity
>>> problems to dual-stacked websites.
>>> You can read more on RIPE Labs:
>>> The test can be found here: http://ipv6eyechart.ripe.net/
>>> If you have any questions or want to be included in the test, please
>>> contact us at labs at ripe dot net.
>>> Kind Regards,
>>> Mirjam Kuehne
>>> RIPE NCC
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