ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

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Rogers Employee damir
Rogers Employee
Posts: 36

ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

Hello guys,

 

(moderators - i did some re-search, but i wasn't able to find existing thread with info about this).

 

anyway, couple days ago, my  Cable service was installed with Hitron CGN3 modem.

 

I've tried Roger's 6rd , but, for some reason everything was slow \ times outs with speed tests output at around 6-7 mbit.

(Spoke to some guys using Roger's 6rd - they confirmed the same outputs).

 

I've tried setting up tunnel with HE.net (different Endpoints), everything works well, expect  i am not able to get more then 25 mbit down on multiple servers i've tried.

(Spoke to other guys @ DSLr - and they confirmed the same behaviour).


I have couple of different pptp servers (different locations) and i am unable to hit more then 25 mbit down with any of them? ( some of them are dedicated gbit servers - and i know that there is plenty of available bandwidth - so, this is not the issue).

 

Is there any Limitation for ipv6 & pptp protocols @ Rogers - or something is going on with CGN3?


Did somebody else expirience issues like this?

 

I tried CGN3 in Bridge and Gateway mode (After factory reset) same outputs.

 

Please advise,

damir

 

 

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Rogers Employee damir
Rogers Employee
Posts: 36

Re: ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

Just to add, before Rogers, i was with Start (TPIA) & DCM476 modem, i was getting full speeds (ipv6 (6rd & tunnel's) at the time, with exactly same setup.

Resident Expert
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Posts: 6,454

Re: ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

I did some quick searching and came across a couple references about IPV6 tunnelling, specifically on the MTU size.  Have you tried experimenting with different MTU sizes to see if possibly the CGN3 or Rogers requires a smaller MTU in order for tunnelling to work?

 

FWIW, here is an archived page for IPV6 that isn't available within Rogers anymore for some reason:

 

http://archive.today/B80Iw



Rogers Employee damir
Rogers Employee
Posts: 36

Re: ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

Yes sir.

 

1280, 1480, 1500, same outputs.

 

Weird stuff is that, both ipv6 and pptp are getting the same speed test speeds, something doesn't look right for me.

 

I hope someone from Rogers will respond here about this as well, and confirm if Roger is limiting these protocols.

 

Thanks,

damir

Resident Expert
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Posts: 14,128

Re: ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

Unfortunately, this is a user to user forum and only really moderated by Rogers, and not VERy often will comment 😞



Rogers Employee damir
Rogers Employee
Posts: 36

Re: ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

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Hopefully somebody else will respond to this then, i am sure there are tons of people doing what i am doing (and maybe having the same issues).

 

Thanks

Rogers Employee damir
Rogers Employee
Posts: 36

Re: ipv6 - Tunnel Broker & PPTP Protocol

Nobody is using VPN with Rogers?:) (at least - i understand about ipv6 - that, many people don't use it yet, but, VPN (pptp) - c mon, don't be shy guys, talk to me 😛 )

Thanks