Nuevo planning diario November 13, 2008Posted by winden in Uncategorized.
- 7:50: preparar un té en modo zombie
- 8 a 9: cotilleos varios por IM con los compis de España
- 9: pa la ofi, desayuno de batido de frutas
- 9-10: coding
- 10: desayuno 2, cafelito
- 10-11.30: coding
- 11 a 12 y media: almuerzo
- 12 y media: cafelito de despues del almuerzo
- coding coding coding
- 3 y media: traslado estrategico a un sitio donde me de el sol antes de que termine de ponerse
- 6 y media: pa casa
- relax relax relax
- 10 y pico: cena
- hasta quedarme sobao: irc
Welcome to the 21th century: IPv6 all over the house November 1, 2008Posted by winden in Uncategorized.
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Since getting hold of an small eee for testing, one of the nagging ideas I had was to turn it into a small noiseless router for home. So yesterday I got hold of a 2nd hand 701 eee for just 100 bucks and proceeded with the rituals…
- Download the relevant debian install image
- Burn it to a USB flashdisk
- Boot and do a default install
- Install aiccu and configure my sixxs tunnel to heanet
- Install radvd and export a /64 subnet out of my /48 prefix
- Tell OSX on my laptops to autoconfigure IPv6
- Final “avoid getting mad” touch: enter the IPv6 addresses into DNS
Et voilá, now I can get native connectivity everywhere without any NAT! I’ve already configured my IPv6 addresses on my DNS servers and can ssh from any to any without problems :)
I guess a next step would be to make an ethernet bridge between my Sevilla and Dublin sites to enable seamless music / video / files streaming… a long time ago I used to use cipe for linux-linux bridges, maybe I could also move that part into the 21th century and do IPSec? ;)
local dns server == fast internet July 31, 2008Posted by winden in Uncategorized.
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Since starting to use my new home network at Dbulin, I had noticed that loading anything on the browser always took ages, and my first suspect was of course the isp-provided dns servers. So, today I’ve installed maradns a local dns resolver for my home network on my mac, and it is like… infinitely better???