c1vhosting - IPv6 issue - I need a bit of help of the community
As I posted here https://lowendspirit.com/discussion/comment/98604/#Comment_98604 I purchased two VPSes from this company. Soon after that IPv6 died. On the both servers at the same time. Since then we're going back and forth with this for 3 weeks now.
Sometimes he says that it's faulty core router, sometimes that I screwed up OS (at newly reinstalled vps I haven't even accessed yet?), sometimes some third issue...
He found a way to "restart" IPv6 from a host node (or router?), but it don't stay UP persistenly. He run it manually and then say "hey it works" but after some time IPv6 die. And never come back after the reboot.
So what I would like to ask is if one reputable member would be willing to log into newly reinstalled VPSes and monitor it for lets say 48 hours. In the meantime you're welcome to reboot it, secure it, or whatever... You can play with it, just do do anything nasty, please. I informed host about this test.
In case IPv6 stop to work I don't mind if you tinker with it (I can reinstall it for you again), etc... but what's important to me is to know if IPv6 on a fresh reinstalled VPS stoped to work on you and not on me.
You don't need to have some super admin skills. Infact I just want to prove that IPv6 die (and don't come back on reboot) without me even touching it after the reinstall (you will be the only one who's logged in from the beginning).
He may restart IPv6 every now and then manually but you will know if that's the case or IPv6 work as it should.
Distro will be Debian 10 (his latest excuse it that infact only Debian 11 doesn't work properly, but Debian 10 does).
Who's willing to spend few minutes on this issue? I will pm you IP and pass.