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#1337 fixed DHCP on ietf-hotel swisshotel Sean Croghan heas@…
Description
I was not receiving addresses from DHCP on ietf-hotel in swisshotel room
3561.  I do not know if you're using SLAAC or DHCPv6, but also not rx'g
a v6 address.

It worked earlier today, though it was slow.  And began working again as
I was writing to open a ticket.  I'm not sure how long it was unresponsive;
perhaps 15 minutes.
#1336 fixed WiFi not working in swissotel room 2050 Sean Croghan job@…
Description
Heya noc,

It appears the internet access in room 2050 isn’t working at all. I get
DHCP, but no replies to ARP requests from the default gateway.

Is there a known issue at the moment?

Kind regards,

Job
#1335 fixed ietf-hotel in Fairmont Sean Croghan bob.hinden@…
Description
Hi,

In my room (2506) in the Fairmont at the moment ietf-hotel is not working for IPv4 or IPv6.  Had to switch back to the Fairmont SSID.

My mac address is: 38:f9:d3:40:3c:a0

Thanks,
Bob




> On Nov 17, 2019, at 7:11 PM, Sean Croghan <sean@xagsolutions.com> wrote:
> 
> Good evening everyone,
> 
> The ietf-hotel network is currently not delivering fully functional IPv6. The issues that affected the Swissôtel Friday were resolved by the hotel that night. Unfortunately the hotel made changes at approximately 15:30 without informing the NOC that is now affecting IPv6 in both hotels. We are actively working with the Hotel to find out what changes were made and to restore service.
> 
> Just a reminder: If you have any network issues, please send email to tickets@meeting.ietf.org or come see the Helpdesk in the Raffles Convention Foyer.
> 
> Our apologies on behalf of the hotel for the disruption in service, and thanks for the patience.
> 
> — The IETF NOC Team
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Welcome to Singapore and IETF 106!
> 
>  For network details, please see the full document at https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/wiki/IETF106network
> 
> IETF Wireless
> -------------------
> The IETF meeting network exists in the lobby, public spaces and guest rooms of the Swissôtel and the Fairmont hotels; please use the open “ietf-hotel” wireless network. We are using each hotel's infrastructure for delivery and — this always offers many challenges. We are currently still working with the hotel to deliver functional IPv6 to the Swissôtel guest rooms, and will keep you updated on the progress.
> 
> In the meeting areas, we encourage you to use the encrypted “ietf” network, with a username of “ietf” and a password of “ietf”. If you aren’t able to use the encrypted network, “ietf-legacy106” is available with no encryption.
> 
> Getting Help
> -----------------
> The help desk is available in the Raffles Convention Foyer, starting 16:00pm on Sunday, and then daily starting 08:30am until 18:00pm.
> 
> To submit or view network trouble tickets via the web interface please see https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org. To submit a ticket via email, please send to tickets@meeting.ietf.org.
> 
> Thank you to our many sponsors and supporters including:
> 
> Moratelindo and NTT Communications who have graciously donated connectivity.
> The volunteers that make the network happen, before, during, and between each meeting.
> 
> We hope you have a great meeting and enjoy Singapore!
> 
> — The IETF NOC Team
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