Can some one help me with this:
I have got this error:
'Could not grab the file via IPv6 HTTP '
My code is stosyyzqs6
My URL is c
I have added only 'AAAA ' record in freeDNS! My wget and nmap seems to give ok results from my local pc! Just that I am failing the test!
tarakeshwar: I have traced to your server. Ipv6 name resolution looks ok, but your server is not pingable and is also not responding on port 80: suggest checking your tunnel and especially the firewall config. Also telnet locally to port 80 using IPv6 to make sure the server is really listening on IPv6 (not sure if wget might fall back to IPv4). i.e. telnet ::1 80 or use the option -6 to force ipv6 tracing i.e. wget -6 http://ipv6.tarakeshwar.com/stosyyzqs6.txt
I have a similar problem here in that the test is not very informative as to why it failed. I get the same error message.
Can someone clarify *exactly* what this test is testing?
I know the IPv6 glue records aren't in place yet in the tld server (the registrar is being slow)
The following is certainly already working for our site:
IPv6 connectivity is available
Apache is listening on IPv6 port 80
IPv6 is getting through the firewall OK, also from the Internet
IPv6 resolution over IPv4 transport works fine for the domain
Our web site does correctly respond on IPv6
The server delivers the correct file locally when tested from a browser
Wireshark shows NO inbound connection at all from Hurricane Electric.
We've already got a http://www.ipv6forum.com/ipv6_enabled
logo, so I'm wondering what else this test requires.
And I can also access the file via an ipv4 to IPv6 gateway via http://foobar.com.ipv4.sixxs.org
Hmmm. My test worked now and I didn't change anything. I'm guessing there was something cached somewhere.
Could cause some user frustration and confusion. Maybe an idea to show the detail debug output too as an option to help people fix this themselves.