Ticket ID: SIXXS #8682590
Ticket Status: User
PoP: gblon03 - Gyron Internet LTD - Limited UK Company (London)
Shadow Hawkins on Thursday, 24 January 2013 12:48:34
Last night i thought i had managed to setup IPV6 tunnel on my router, which seemed to work for a while but the router then wither had a series of ddos attacks or became unstable. causing it to repeatedly reboot around 35 times between 8 pm and midnight. i eventually disabled the IPV6 to try and avoid the problem the reboots would caused because i did read the setup rules and and how the credits work. i think the DDOs attackers have given up so please can you re enable my tunnel so i can try and set it up again. also do you have any assistance for setting it up as acciu on a Vigor Draytek 2830? PS my clock sync is in place. Many thanks. MO
State change: user
Jeroen Massar on Thursday, 24 January 2013 13:12:08
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Jeroen Massar on Thursday, 24 January 2013 13:15:33
but the router then wither had a series of ddos attacks or became unstable.What kind of DDoS attacks? Unstable in what way?
i think the DDOs attackers have given up so please can you re enable my tunnel so i can try and set it up again.Who was DDoSsing you and why? Note that you should check your log, you have obviously entered a wrong TIC password, your Draytek though is contacting our TIC server every second which could cause a DoS on *OUR* TIC server. Please contact Draytek at email@example.com and reference Ticket#2012100510000145 in the subject. They know what this is about and that they should have resolved it over a year ago.
Shadow Hawkins on Thursday, 24 January 2013 14:04:17
Hi in the past i have seen routers in general they become unstable on ip stack and because i am new to the IPV 6 arena and trying to teach it to myself, and because my router is normally stable until i tried to configure ipv6. i think the ddos was just chancers from because i am on a dynamic ip address from NTL/Virgin media cable. It seems to have all stopped. Mo
Shadow Hawkins on Thursday, 24 January 2013 14:10:02
Hi Jeroen, i have emailed Draytek as well linking to the ticket number you provided. Thanks Maurice
Shadow Hawkins on Monday, 04 February 2013 12:38:22
Hi, Draytek have added a beta firmware that should stop the aggressive continual retry to open the Tunnel. please please can you unlock my ip. Thanks Maurice
Jeroen Massar on Monday, 04 February 2013 12:45:40
What version number and date does that firmware have? Also why is Draytek not pushing to all their other affected customers? I've force-unlocked it, but do notice that if it starts hammering again it will automatically be blocked again.
Shadow Hawkins on Thursday, 24 January 2013 21:38:36
Looks like the ddos is gon please unlock my tunnel.
Jeroen Massar on Friday, 25 January 2013 07:24:26
You do realize that your Draytek is attempting a DoS on our TIC server by repeatedly logging in? Please resolve that. Configuring the correct password would be a good start.
Shadow Hawkins on Friday, 25 January 2013 08:58:29
But i have disabled the config on the wan connection the IPV6 connection type is set to offline i don't see how i am ddos'ing you. Well i do, its draytek firmware. Sorry i did check and it was definitely set yo offline. I will now start the config from scratch fine i will disable ipv6 altogether and start again. Mo
Shadow Hawkins on Friday, 25 January 2013 09:05:22
I have just re done the settings, let me know if i have stopped being a moron. Mo
Shadow Hawkins on Friday, 25 January 2013 10:17:49
Draytek are going to try and test my tunnel based on the info i logged with them yesterday.
Shadow Hawkins on Friday, 01 February 2013 23:52:44
Hi, I have been working with Draytek,and they have tested my settings and provided me with step by step setup as well as a new beta firmware. Because I could not get it to work and when they connected to my router and tried your Windows AICCU client and found the following information "Trying to connect to TIC server tic.sixxs.net sock_getline() : "500 Blocked from TIC service: too many queries. Fix your clien t; contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info" TIC Server is currently not available Couldn't retrieve first tunnel for the above reason, aborting " Please can you help?
Jeroen Massar on Monday, 04 February 2013 12:43:04
You are performing too many queries, hence why you are blocked.
Shadow Hawkins on Monday, 04 February 2013 14:30:26
Right i will go back to Draytek, as at this time IPV6 is diabled on my router so that i was not hammering the servers. Have you got a Logs you can send me to forward on to them please?
Shadow Hawkins on Monday, 04 February 2013 14:32:11
Is there a way to send you a Screen shot to prove that it is disabled?
Jeroen Massar on Monday, 04 February 2013 14:35:17
We do not keep logs of items that keep on repeatedly hammering on our servers, they just get ignored and further blocked. We can take your word for it that it is disabled, you are not the only user with these issues. Draytek does not seem able to fix their product that they are shipping out to people around the world.
Shadow Hawkins on Thursday, 07 February 2013 22:50:54
whoop whoop whoop, it would seem i am up and running, virgin have replaced my modem. Many thanks for your help, i will be creating a guide so that others with my model of router will have something to reference. Thanks Mo
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