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Re: [Raku] Cannot Access https://docs.raku.org/

by dvergin (Monsignor)
on Jun 26, 2021 at 01:12 UTC ( [id://11134311] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to [Raku] Cannot Access https://docs.raku.org/

Hmmm... Perhaps the issue is not IPV6 after all (as suggested elsewhere in this thread).

Check this out:

$ wget --inet4-only https://docs.raku.org --2021-06-25 18:01:47-- https://docs.raku.org/ Resolving docs.raku.org (docs.raku.org)... 104.26.15.70, 172.67.68.4 +1, 104.26.14.70 Connecting to docs.raku.org (docs.raku.org)|104.26.15.70|:443... con +nected. GnuTLS: An unexpected TLS packet was received. Unable to establish SSL connection. $ wget --inet6-only https://docs.raku.org --2021-06-25 18:06:19-- https://docs.raku.org/ Resolving docs.raku.org (docs.raku.org)... 2606:4700:20::ac43:4429, +2606:4700:20::681a:e46, 2606:4700:20::681a:f46 Connecting to docs.raku.org (docs.raku.org)|2606:4700:20::ac43:4429| +:443... connected. GnuTLS: An unexpected TLS packet was received. Unable to establish SSL connection.
As you can see, the request fails in the same way for both IPV6 and IPV4.

So how do I go about diagnosing this failure to access docs.raku.org? It _does_ seem to be related to access through my Comcast router and network (access via my cloud server and via cell data both work fine). It does _not_ seem to be dependent on IPV6 vs IPV4.

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Re^2: [Raku] Cannot Access https://docs.raku.org/
by Aldebaran (Curate) on Jun 26, 2021 at 01:44 UTC
    So how do I go about diagnosing this failure to access docs.raku.org? It _does_ seem to be related to access through my Comcast router and network (access via my cloud server and via cell data both work fine). It does _not_ seem to be dependent on IPV6 vs IPV4.

    Are you in prison? (That's a joke.) I'm glad you offer the example, because the raku target makes a good canary in coalmine for whether you can do anything with the internet, whether one is 'alive' in some sense. This was my experience from western US with a linux notebook:

    $ wget -r https://docs.raku.org ... --2021-06-25 19:16:36-- https://docs.raku.org/css/app.css?v=7 Reusing existing connection to docs.raku.org:443. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK Length: 34556 (34K) [text/css] Saving to: ‘docs.raku.org/css/app.css?v=7’ docs.raku.org/css/a 100%[===================>] 33.75K --.-KB/s in + 0.001s 2021-06-25 19:16:37 (53.8 MB/s) - ‘docs.raku.org/css/app.css?v=7’ save +d [34556/34556] FINISHED --2021-06-25 19:16:37-- Total wall clock time: 7m 24s Downloaded: 1719 files, 67M in 7.1s (9.41 MB/s) $

    You talk about your router. I would definitely give it a hard start to rule out malware/disfunction in that realm. My $.02

    Happy Friday....

      I wonder if OP has obsolete SSL certificates and/or some issues with GNU TLS (as opposed to OpenSSL (wget -- with OpenSSL 1.1.1k_1,1 -- worked on FreeBSD 13)).