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accepted iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
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answered iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
Apr
25
comment iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
Yes, exactly, if I change the INPUT chain to ACCEPT policy (so no restrictions on IPv6 at all) then I can ping (and connect to http, ftp, ...) from remote machine (externally, not over VPN, etc.)
Apr
25
revised iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
adjustet ip6tables -L -n -v output so it reflects ping from localhost
Apr
25
comment iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
Dubu: Thank you, I didn't know that. I compared the IPv4 and IPv6 ICMP codes and replaced them accordingly (I hope correctly). Unfortunately, problem is not solved. Please check changed rules. _____ kasperd: I don't think so, but I added the output so you can check it out. _____ @MadHatter I'm sorry that I forgot to mention that - if I change INPUT chain to ACCEPT then everything works as it should. I added ping example to the question. I also edited the output as you requested.
Apr
25
revised iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
Added much more information, changed original output (more parameters)
Apr
25
asked iptables dual stack - ipv6 not working
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accepted SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
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answered SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
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comment SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
No, line eindings are in UNIX format. And yes, in connection details is the right server name and its coresponding IP address.
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comment SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
@John Siu sorry I missed your comment. IP address stays same regardless OpenVPN
May
3
comment SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
I've added OpenVPN log from iPhone to the question ...
May
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revised SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
added OpenVPN log from iPhone
May
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comment SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
Until now I wasn't connected to Wifi at all - it was turned off. I was connected to internet through 3G network of my mobile carrier. I tried to connect using WiFi through Conectify and the results are still the same - all the time same behavior. iPhone acts like the addresses 10.0.1.1 and .2 doesn't exists at all. Am I doing it the right way? Should I enter the address 10.0.1.1 as the address which I want to connect to, right? (just like I do it on my PC)
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comment SSH through OpenVPN on iPhone
Yes, I can - no problems here.