* if you have lots of clients;
you may want to reduce tcp established timeout
* if you experience disconnects
you may want to increase tcp time_wait timeout to 2m
you may want to increase udp_timeout to 2m
You don't need to update the HE.NET side of the tunnel (on their web site) any more. Only needed to update the local IP on the tunnel interface on your RB, and the tunnel will come up. HE somehow automatically detects the IP changed and updates their end without intervention. unfortunately this is...
I use the new feature of RouterOS that detects local-address automatically. Here is modified script for auto-detect local-address setup # Update Hurricane Electric IPv6 Tunnel Client IPv4 address :local HEtunnelid "YOUR_tunnelid" :local HEuserid "YOUR_username" :local HEmd5pass "YOUR_accesskey" :loc...