Will good to see how all theses trials of the NBN is going to pan out.
With SA’s first connections from today in Willunga, NBNCo is starting a test process with a small number of residents before its trial is extended to about 100 Willunga premises over the next two months.
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You will first need the client program found in the Debian called ‘gogoc‘, if you want to use ‘router‘ mode you’ll also need to install ‘radvd‘ too which is also available in Debian.
Edit the ‘/etc/gogoc/gogoc.conf‘ file to suit:
When you first start gogoc it will try to make a secured connection to the Internode tunnel broker. The problem is that when you run gogoc for the first time it will fail with ‘
Not starting gogoc - no server key ... (warning). failed!‘ cause it was unable to accept the server key from Internode. This means that we have to run gogoc from command line, like this:
# gogoc -n
sixgw.internode.on.net is an unknown host, do you want to add its key?? (Y/N) y
Now you should be able to start ‘gogoc‘ as a deamon now with
# invoke-rc.d gogoc start
Testing it all works:
To see that you have an active tunnel working from command line, like this:
# ifconfig | egrep '(Link|inet6)'
and you should get an output something like this:
tun Link encap:UNSPEC HWaddr 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00
inet6 addr: 2001:44b8:61::239/128 Scope:Global
now you should be able point your web browser to see the swimming turtle at http://www.kame.net/, also you should be able to see your IPv6 address here at Internode’s IPv6
Internode’s IPv6 tunnel broker for Fedora Linux
Gentoo IPv6 Router Guide
This is a rework of the script from Internet Usage Monitoring – conky style! But the only problem I found is that it not wanted to work with my NodeMobile account. So here is my rewrite of parts of the script to use the other Internode Usage API url.
One thing you need to find out for this script to work is the service number for the account you want to get the usage for. That can be easily obtained by pointing your web browser to https://customer-webtools-api.internode.on.net/api/v1.5/ and logging in.
First we need to install a couple packages:
# apt-get install ppp wvdial
Now to create the most vital configuration file for the connection:
$ nano ~/.wvdial.conf
Copy and paste the config below and change the username and password to yours supplied to you by Internode.