[TriLUG] IPv6 workshop
glcox at pobox.com
Fri Apr 15 19:38:57 EDT 2011
On Fri, 15 Apr 2011, matt at noway2.thruhere.net wrote:
> As was suggested in another post, a TriLUG meeting might be a good option.
> The only problem with them is that the time goes very quickly and I
> suspect that this may run over the allotted frame for the meetings. I
> would guess 3-4 hours would be a fair time frame estimate, when you add
> everything up start to finish. This could make for a long-er evening so
> we would need or want to start a little earlier, like 6pm or so if
If only there were this non-real-time collaborative tool... like a list
that mail can go to....
I've been a big Negative Nancy on IPv6, but I've been trying to
read up on it and see where I can take it at home, and I'm just not
seeing the transition, so, I figure I'll just toss it out and see
if it's that I'm looking at it wrong, or what.
Setup: Cable modem to a gateway routing linux box which does the NAT.
The inside physical is 1 wire, but trunking 3 VLANs to the 'core'
switch, where the VLAN break out, one to the DMZ devices, one to the
insecure wireless (everything that has to run WEP, like the Nintendo
DS), and one to the semi-secure hosts (WPA2 wireless and desktops
that talk over copper). The DMZ hosts things like the DNS, DHCP,
web, NTP, etc resources, all running on ESXi. iptables on the
gateway protects the crosstalk between the VLANs.
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