The ongoing project of npd6 (Neighbor Proxy Daemon IPv6) kicks off 2013 with a bright, shiny new release!!!!
Some history is here, and the project page itself is over here.
Or go straight to the download section.
The new version has a host of fixes, tweaks and tuning. Also some asked-for new features (address masks, […]
With two young children starting to make increasing use of the Internet, my attention has turned in recent times to the thorny subject of Content Filtering. This posting is actually going to look at a technical approach I settled upon, however one cannot help mentioning, at least in passing, some of the wider issues involved.
Previous articles have detailed various aspects of getting IPv6 running on a home-gateway router. The aim is to migrate as much as possible towards an IPv6-only situation.
Here I cover the steps required to implement a simple point-to-point OpenVPN (SSL) VPN tunnel using PSK over IPv6 infrastructure.
One key element for me is to migrate […]
After three articles, where am I with my venture in to IPv6? What have we really achieved so far? Well, in functional terms, not so very much yet!!
Here I covered a lot of ground, getting basic IPv6 running on a Linux gateway box connected to an ISP providing native IPv6, while […]
Following on from my early success at get IPv6 running, I soon hit a significant issue: firewall logging.
Now this need not be a “blocker” for everyone, but I take my firewall logging duties quite seriously…!
shorewall IPv4 logging
Currently I have IPv4 shorewall configured to log not using the standard syslog mechanism, but […]
With IPv6 slowly becoming more visible, it was time to get to grips with it. While absolutely not essential (yet!) it seemed like a fun idea: my ADSL provider offers native IPv6 in parallel with IPv4, and my hosting provider is running an IPv6 beta. So I can do native IPv6 end to end […]