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Old 10-15-2012, 07:34 AM
Maykel Moya
 
Default Bug#690520: ITP: thc-ipv6 -- Tools to play with IPv6

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Maykel Moya <mmoya@mmoya.org>

* Package name : thc-ipv6
Version : 2.0
Upstream Author : van Hauser <vh@thc.org>
* URL : http://www.thc.org/thc-ipv6/
* License : GPL
Programming Lang: C
Description : Tools to play with IPv6

A complete tool set to attack the inherent protocol weaknesses of IPV6
and ICMP6.


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Dear Garyk

I am Ring from Bangladesh.

2012/10/14 G. <pegngaryubuntu@gmail.com>

> I am in Spain. This apartment came with a Vodafone DSL router, an HG
> 556a. It connects with a 3g dongle (HSDPA usb stick) which is
> connected to the router- there are no cable or DSL connections. To
> connect, you load your browser and it takes you to a login screen.
>

After logging in to the router configuration through your web browser using
a lan/wired connection with the router please follow the next steps
carefully --

1. Go to Advanced Setup and select *usb uplink* option and then click next.
2. In the HSPDA Profile Settings page place your 3G connection
configuration data, username, password and APN correctly and then click nex=
t
3. In the Mobile Network Settings page Select *3G only* mode as the mobile
network type and go next.

After a successfully configuring your connection don't forget to reboot
your router to make sure that all the new settings are effective right then=
.

>
> I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions for making the connection
> more reliable and if possible skip the login step (not required in Window=
s).
>

Hope you already get that solved. [?]

I am now in India for medication and also meet my relatives here. I had
already tried it out through a Aircel 3G Data card using the same router.


> Mostly it works. Sometimes I have trouble connecting to the router
> though. Sometimes it is working fine and then quits. Usually all I
> have to do is reboot the browser. Sometimes it seems to require that
> I un-enable wireless in Network Connections (using Ubuntu 12.04) then
> re-enable.
>

Please check out the power supply unit of the router and the voltage of the
power source. I found the router hangs up if voltage from the source is
fluctuating. I used an AVR to solve this issues.

Sorry to quote your email in my way.

And please let us know about the updates if my ideas works for you or not.

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Dear Garyk

I am Ring from Bangladesh.

2012/10/14 G. <pegngaryubuntu@gmail.com>

> I am in Spain. This apartment came with a Vodafone DSL router, an HG
> 556a. It connects with a 3g dongle (HSDPA usb stick) which is
> connected to the router- there are no cable or DSL connections. To
> connect, you load your browser and it takes you to a login screen.
>

After logging in to the router configuration through your web browser using
a lan/wired connection with the router please follow the next steps
carefully --

1. Go to Advanced Setup and select *usb uplink* option and then click next.
2. In the HSPDA Profile Settings page place your 3G connection
configuration data, username, password and APN correctly and then click nex=
t
3. In the Mobile Network Settings page Select *3G only* mode as the mobile
network type and go next.

After a successfully configuring your connection don't forget to reboot
your router to make sure that all the new settings are effective right then=
.

>
> I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions for making the connection
> more reliable and if possible skip the login step (not required in Window=
s).
>

Hope you already get that solved. [?]

I am now in India for medication and also meet my relatives here. I had
already tried it out through a Aircel 3G Data card using the same router.


> Mostly it works. Sometimes I have trouble connecting to the router
> though. Sometimes it is working fine and then quits. Usually all I
> have to do is reboot the browser. Sometimes it seems to require that
> I un-enable wireless in Network Connections (using Ubuntu 12.04) then
> re-enable.
>

Please check out the power supply unit of the router and the voltage of the
power source. I found the router hangs up if voltage from the source is
fluctuating. I used an AVR to solve this issues.

Sorry to quote your email in my way.

And please let us know about the updates if my ideas works for you or not.

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Dear Garyk<br><br>I am Ring from Bangladesh.<br><br><div class=3D"gmail_quo=
te">2012/10/14 G. <span dir=3D"ltr">&lt;<a href=3D"mailtoegngaryubuntu@gm=
ail.com" target=3D"_blank">pegngaryubuntu@gmail.com</a>&gt;</span><br><bloc=
kquote class=3D"gmail_quote" style=3D"margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #cc=
c solid;padding-left:1ex">
I am in Spain. =C2=A0This apartment came with a Vodafone DSL router, an HG<=
br>
556a. =C2=A0It connects with a 3g dongle (HSDPA usb stick) which is<br>
connected to the router- there are no cable or DSL connections. =C2=A0To<br=
>
connect, you load your browser and it takes you to a login screen.<br></blo=
ckquote><div><br>After logging in to the router configuration through your =
web browser using a lan/wired connection with the router please follow the =
next steps carefully --<br>
<br>1. Go to Advanced Setup and select <u><i><b>usb uplink</b></i></u> opti=
on and then click next.<br>2. In the HSPDA Profile Settings page place your=
3G connection configuration data, username, password and APN correctly and=
then click next<br>
3. In the Mobile Network Settings page Select <i><u><b>3G only</b></u></i> =
mode as the mobile network type and go next.<br><br>After a successfully co=
nfiguring your connection don't forget to reboot your router to make su=
re that all the new settings are effective right then.<br>
=C2=A0<blockquote class=3D"gmail_quote" style=3D"margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-l=
eft:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">
I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions for making the connection=20
more reliable and if possible skip the login step (not required in=20
Windows).<br></blockquote><br>Hope you already get that solved. <img goomoj=
i=3D"gtalk.347" style=3D"margin: 0px 0.2ex; vertical-align: middle;" src=3D=
"cid:gtalk.347@goomoji.gmail"><br><br>I am now in India for medication and =
also meet my relatives here. I had already tried it out through a Aircel 3G=
Data card using the same router. <img style=3D"margin: 0px 0.2ex; vertical=
-align: middle;" src=3D"https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/e/gtalk.338"><br>
=C2=A0</div><blockquote class=3D"gmail_quote" style=3D"margin:0 0 0 .8ex;bo=
rder-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">
Mostly it works. =C2=A0Sometimes I have trouble connecting to the router<br=
>
though. =C2=A0Sometimes it is working fine and then quits. =C2=A0Usually al=
l I<br>
have to do is reboot the browser. =C2=A0Sometimes it seems to require that<=
br>
I un-enable wireless in Network Connections (using Ubuntu 12.04) then<br>
re-enable.<br></blockquote><div><br>Please check out the power supply unit =
of the router and the voltage of the power source. I found the router hangs=
up if voltage from the source is fluctuating. I used an AVR to solve this =
issues. <br>
<br>Sorry to quote your email in my way. <br><br>And please let us know abo=
ut the updates if my ideas works for you or not.<br><br>With regards<br></d=
iv><div>-- <br></div></div>=E0=A6=B0=E0=A6=BF=E0=A6=82/ring<br>+88016714114=
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=A6=A6=E0=A7=87=E0=A6=B6/Foundation for Open Source Solutions Bangladesh<br=
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