If you couldn't make it to this years Denog8 conference you can find my slides on 'nesting dwdm within cwdm' here. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
- Tagged as : dwdm cwdm
I've been running a http://tinc-vpn.org VPN for about 3 years now and lately came to the decision to improve my setup. One thing I came across was that all my scripts were using
tinc-downscripts, meaning commands such as
As ...Tagged as : tinc iproute2 debian
To allow linux to issue discards through lvm and luks a few steps need to be performed.
I'm running the following setup:
sda |__sda1 /boot |__sda2 |___ LUKS |_____ LVM |___ / |___ /home |___ ...
Therefore the discards need to be issued through the filesystem, the LVM and the LUKS ...Tagged as : archlinux
We recently bought a Cisco SG500 at work as we needed a cheap switch with 4x SFP Interfaces.
In the default configuration the SG500 only offers 2 SFP Ports for networking, the other 2 are used for stacking and they don't show up in
show interface status. Howsoever if ...Tagged as : cisco
I just got an alix apu.1c4 in the mail. It is a great board for ~200Euro with a great set of features, you can find more on it here.
First step is to pick up the BIOS-Update here.
Then unpack the file:
tar xjvf apu_tinycore.tar.bz2
Now we ...
Quite a while ago I got to toy around with some ubiquiti UAP Pros, awesome, cheap, performant WiFi Access Points.
As I missed the last train home from my hackerspace I began to toy around, always on the hunt for a little exploit.
Webinterface Exploits(XSS, SQL Injections or what ...Tagged as : security
If an error like this shows up in your logfiles:
ix0: <Intel(R) PRO/10GbE PCI-Express Network Driver, Version - 2.5.15> ix0: Unsupported SFP+ Module
I might be able to help.
It’s not as straight forward as with linux, but we’ll make it work.
First off we ...
After assembling the PCIe card I was luckily surprised that my kernel brought up the NIC without any difficultys, so I plugged my SFP+ modules into the server, only to be ...
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