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WiteWulf
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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

I'm on 216.66.80.26, also.

Possibly worth noting that VM traffic shapes my scp/ssh traffic to 20mb/s, too, but not VPN to my workplace ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

tried both 216.66.80.26 and 216.66.88.98, currently using on 216.66.88.98, I am in Startford-upon-Avon
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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

Hm, ssh/scp works fine for me, no shaping
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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

They shouldn't be shaping anything!

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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

after switching to M200, still the same issue, download is shaped at 20Mbit/s using HE.

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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

How are you testing your ipv6 speed?

I just ran a test here: http://test.telenor.net/

I was monitoring traffic through my internet gateway, and it was definitely going through HE. I got full rate up and down.

However, repeating the tests now I'm getting much lower rates, so I wonder if HE have some sort of throttling if you use a large amount of data in a short time?

Andy

 

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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

I tried thinkbroadband, ipv6-test, just downloading a file from a resource with high-speed net I am sure about, didn't consume high traffic before the test, it is always like that, I doubt it is HE as we will be seeing a lot of complaints about that on HE forum. 

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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

Both ksim and I were using think broadband speed test which should be an apples to apples comparison.

I've not seen any evidence of throttling even after a lot of heavy ipv6 usage on HE (all YouTube traffic goes via ipv6 for example).

Is there anything about how the tunnels are configured that might cause a problem? I use plain vanila OpenWRT 18.06 with everything configured through the LuCI web gui. My connection is through an SH1 in modem mode.

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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

I am using Mikrotik, the configuration was done using the console, standard "6to4 Tunnel" followed the documentation on HE site, no shaping is configured on the router (did a clean setup), VM hub is in modem mode. CPU usage on my Mikrotik as about 0%, the same configuration worked fine with other providers.

my traceroute:
traceroute -w 1 -n 216.66.88.98
 1  192.168.1.2  0.895 ms  0.245 ms  0.240 ms
traceroute to 216.66.88.98 (216.66.88.98), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
 2  * * *
 3  62.255.32.121  11.692 ms  10.841 ms  10.045 ms
 4  * * *
 5  * * *
 6  * * *
 7  62.254.42.174  22.375 ms  15.433 ms  15.507 ms
 8  * * *
 9  84.116.132.5  28.421 ms  27.805 ms  30.051 ms
10  84.116.130.102  36.167 ms  28.854 ms  27.145 ms
11  216.66.87.125  36.936 ms  28.858 ms  28.143 ms
12  184.105.80.37  48.856 ms  27.011 ms  28.013 ms
13  216.66.88.98  28.061 ms  27.859 ms  26.987 ms
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Re: IPv6 support on Virgin media

tried a different IPv6 tunnel provider, https://ipv6.ip4market.ru/, the same picture, speed is not going higher than 20Mbps.