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posted 2014-02-05 20:01:00 +0200

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available
  • sailfishos.org is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available
  • sailfishos.org is not available
  • shop.jolla.com is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available
  • sailfishos.org is not available
  • shop.jolla.com is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

More than two years have passed since my initial request, any news on this?

ipv6 support for Jolla infrastructure

I recently got native IPv6 internet access and gave the Jolla a try in a IPv6 only test environment. The Jolla received an IP-Address, but the WLAN-Icon showed an Exclamation Mark, although I had connectivity (I could browse for example wikipedia). Unfortunately, the Jolla infrastructure is not ready for the future:

  • The Store was not available
  • together.jolla.com is not available
  • www.jolla.com is not available
  • harbour.jolla.com is not available
  • sailfishos.org is not available
  • shop.jolla.com is not available

I know it is not yet a large problem for the average user in middle Europe (first providers are rolling out native ipv6 with Carrier-grade NAT for IPv4), the shortage of IPv4 addresses is more evident in Asia and Africa, and Jolla announced it wants to enter the Chinese market.

When can we expect a fully IPv6 ready Jolla infrastructure?

Update 2016: More than two years have passed since my initial request, any news on this?

Update 2017: Another year has passed, more and more providers are putting their ipv4-users behind carrier grade NAT unless they protest or pay more, while IPv6 gets more adoption. And we still see no change from Jolla.