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Well, apart from the fact that you are exploiting the platform benefits, here are my thoughts. I would say the best way to interconnect VMs is to utilize the Azure Virtual Network. However, as of today (Dec. 5, 2013) you cannot span a Virtual Network across multiple accounts. Your only option is to access the machines via the VIP (public IP Address), which ...
It seems you have the right routing on Comp10, but have you set the default gateway, or a specific route, on Comp 11 to route via the 2621? On Linux, this would be: ip route add default via 2607:fcb8:11::x:x:x:x
Honestly I have never done it, but maybe you also need to enable ipv6 routing using the command: ipv6 unicast-routing [EDIT] As Comp:10 can ping both fe0/0 and fe0/1 your router is working fine, well done. However, Comp:11 is likely lacking a route to the far-side subnet. If you wish to point a static route or a default gateway in Comp:11 to the fe0/1 ...
You need to specify the -f switch so that the packets will not be fragmented.
The symptoms you describe (dig gives correct answer, gethostbyname does not ) means that somewhere in the system there is a cached incorrect answer. Running strace ping authserver.mojang.com should help give you some idea of where that data might be cached. nscd is usually the culprit in this case. Look for connect calls, this is to a dns server. ...
Use 'ping6' to ping ipv6 addresses instead of 'ping'
I think you should try to work in other direction try to ping from VM machine to your IP and to your team mates who cant connect. Check if the network for VM machine is setup to be bridged or NAT or otherway?
since you pasted a public IP, i had to see... 64 bytes from 126.96.36.199: icmp_req=1 ttl=51 time=192 ms 64 bytes from 188.8.131.52: icmp_req=2 ttl=51 time=191 ms looks like you may be limiting icmp at your location? otherwise, if this was fixed after posting, remember that allowing icmp open to the world means that you will be hit by the many ...
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