Category Archives: network saturation
$ scp moonunit.colliertech.org:/mnt/downloads/sh1-disk-20140420T070034.xz . email@example.com’s password: sh1-disk-20140420T070034.xz 76% 534MB 11.1MB/s 00:14 ETA Come on little internet! You can do it! You can push 100Mbit! I remember when this was the fastest I could send data across my LAN. Not bad … Continue reading
And now I have them all. Maybe I can reduce the load on my wan pipe by setting up a mirror for the island.
I didn’t realize that I had two of my machines attached to openvpn from the same l2 segment. It caused a network outage for about 24 hours. Sorry for the downtime folks. I believe that if I turn on stp … Continue reading
Thanks to some recommendations from Jeremy, Pierre and Jeff, this blog should be running a lot less slowly. I’ve installed memcached, set up wordpress plugins, tuned apache MPM parameters, tweaked iptables and tc rules and beaten on the blog with … Continue reading
Sorry for the outage, folks. We’re back up now. This time with a firewall. Ain’t that fun? Someone broke in to the machine in February and was using the un-throttled bandwidth to spam the world. I’ve added a throttle and … Continue reading
I was thinking… When there’s echo on the line or when I can hear breathing, I respond with silence and a delay to see whether the line is clean. This reminds me of [[CSMA/CD]]. Ha. My communication system is like … Continue reading
I’m working on the family’s servers over vacation. I’m moving a bunch of the bandwidth-consuming bits off of the server on the T1. One of the services I’m moving to its own VM is bind9. I figure it should live … Continue reading
http://tmda.net/ challenge / response layer
Anybody got a tls plugin for spamassassin? Something that will check to see whether incoming mail is signed by a certificate known to and trusted by spamd?