Hi everyone, I'm Ondřej Caletka from the RIPE NCC. This chat panel is meant for discussion ONLY. If you have questions for the speaker and you want the session chair to read it out, please write it in the Q&A window stating your name and affiliation. Otherwise, you can ask questions using the microphone icon.
yay, we are on! :)
A poll would help
yes 554 very useful thanks
more for enterprises is needed
updating 554 looks like a very good idea
Michael: noted, thnx.
perhaps more suited for IoT WG
@Christian: this place not the best to place an ad..
Can non-speakers please mute themselves
World least easily pronounced IPv6 Router :-)
VIIRB is the word. Everyone is talking about the VIIRB...
look like a nice stealthy insert device
only one physical interface, only one radio.
does it include an NSA-API?
@Kurt if you want this question to be answered, please write it into the questions tab or enqueue into the mic queue at the end
not sure if I like ssh being exposed by default, too many people use weak passwords on their local machines 'on the lan'
@Ondrej: not really..
Oh sorry, I misread it as NAT-API and thought it is an actual protocol :)
Yes, wireguard has all the feature set of FreeSWAN.
Product-Placement. great. 72€ including shipping.
this is similar to what gogo6 tried to do many moons ago :)
@Jan all good ideas need to be repeated a few times.
and at the right time, apparently
@Jan I still like your public NAT64 a lot :)
thnx... apparently my asr1000 device had some problems lately
will have to go to go6lab and check
part of me thinks this is great, and part of me is sad that we're going back to non-native tunnels :-(
I see the 4G router and want to have it... to do native 4G with IPv6 (as my LTE provider has that) :-)
you probably can...
will then Geo-IP always tell that the WIIRB-users are in CH?
Eric van Uden
Hi Gert, I think we have that ;-)
I presume that if IPv6 PD is detected - it skips the tunnel creation
Jan: haven't found a low-budget 4G router that does IPv6 yet
if so, is that a bug or a feature? :)
Peter van Dijk
the ungleich IPv6VPN is 115 EUR/year; the VIIRB, which includes one year free, is around 60-70 with shipping :D
Teltonika is promising this since ages, and not delivering
this is great thanks
Just like with SixXS, ISP can use VIIRB as an excuse for their lazyness in implementing native IPv6.
nico: you should put a software-Atlas probe also on the device
Ondrej, I was looking for the URL: https://www.sixxs.net/sunset/
This will also totally transparently break Netflix
><><><><>< for Nico
Kurt: it will, this is not a joke
I know.. this is sas.
Peter van Dijk
years ago my v6 tunnel transparently unbroke Netflix for me, during a peering dispute between my v4 provider and Netflix
took me a while to figure out why I did not have trouble
Hm? No ipv6 and 4g? My home 4g-router was free and it supports ipv6 natively (huawei)
Peter: then Disney (?) started to complain and they improved detection of "VPNs"
jorgen: "free" sounds like a price point i like
which router model is that, and what does it cost normally?
for legacy IPv4 clouds :-)
Seyed Roohollah Marashi_227
It's not the real Fernando, it's the backup Fernando. Always keep a spare Fernando!
Peter van Dijk
Marco, I believe that - similarly, my v6 (which was as Dutch as my v4) allowed me to use pandora.com for years, but I think that was fixed too
Great, now I'm singing Abba in my head.
Gert: It was the one that came with my Telia subscription (in my country). Its a couple of years old now so it is probably obsolete for a newer router
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What is a "Party"?
happy birthday jen!
and open the mic!
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