Category Archives: colliertech

OpenDaylight Symposium 2016

I’ll write this later.  Keywords and notes inline Cloud 5G AT&T Ericsson SDN FD.io Cisco Intel Linux Debian Ubuntu Open Source Hydrogen Helium Lithium OSI stack Usability Developers and users working together. Fast Dev/Test cycles Sessions start at 10:30 Message … Continue reading

Posted in android, Azure, centos, colliertech, customer experience, debian, dns, ESXi, Free Software, freenode, irc, jessie, kvm, libvirt, linux, lvm, microsoft, network saturation, Networking, open source, qemu, quagga, rate limiting, Software, Telephony, traffic shaping, ubuntu, VBox, virtualization, washington, wheezy, work, xen | Leave a comment

Some work on a VyOS image with Let’s Encrypt certs

I put some packages together this weekend. It’s been a while since I’ve debuilt anything officially. libffi-platypus-perl libalien-base-perl libalien-ffi-perl libffi-checklib-perl libshell-config-generate-perl libshell-guess-perl The plan is to build a binding to the libgnutls.so.30 API. The certtool CSR (REQ) generation interface does … Continue reading

Posted in 2016, colliertech, cryptography, debian, Free Software, git, gnutls, gpl, irc, kvm, libvirt, linux, Networking, perl, proliant, qemu, security, sid, Software, virtualization, vyos, washington | Leave a comment

LLC-Technologies-Collier/Demo-SCCC-Byte-AngularJS

Hello dear readers and attendees, This is the post that I will be/ will have been referencing during my presentation to the Seattle Central Community College’s Byte club on Thursday, December 10th at 1500-1630. I will begin with a bit … Continue reading

Posted in 2015, ajax, C.J. Insider, colliertech, cryptography, css, Databases, debian, Free Software, freenode, git, Hardware, html, irc, javascript, jessie, linux, mail, microsoft, mysql, Networking, open source, perl, security, Software, Telephony, ubuntu, VBox, virtualization, washington, wiki, winter, x509 | 3 Comments

Regarding fdupes

Dear readers, There is a very useful tool for finding and merging shared permanent storage, and its name is fdupes. There was a terrible occurrence in the software after version 1.51, however. They removed the -L argument because too many … Continue reading

Posted in colliertech, debian, Free Software, git, linux, open source, Software, ubuntu | 4 Comments

Some statistics from the router at the cabin

sip0 is a GRE tunnel between the router and the colo box in Seattle, the payload of which is encapsulated as ipsec traffic before being transmitted over the Ubiquity equipment to the switch that the CenturyLink DSL modem attaches to. … Continue reading

Posted in 2015, cisco, colliertech, cryptography, debian, Free Software, gpl, Hardware, ipsec, jessie, linux, Networking, performance, production, rate limiting, security, SELinux, Software, Telephony, tls, washington, wireless, work, x509 | Leave a comment

I took this picture

Could you folks please update my credentials? KTHXBI

Posted in colliertech, fbi, feds, games, Networking, Salishan, Uncategorized, washington, work | Leave a comment

A harowing upgrade

I just dist-upgraded the blog server to jessie. A couple of errors from code with checks for which modules are enabled from .htaccess (deprecated and now obsolete behavior). Nothing all that rocky. Go team Debian!

Posted in blog, colliertech, customer experience, debian, Free Software, investment, jessie, kvm, linux, MariaDB, open source, production, Software, syndication, Twitter, virtualization, web 2.0, work | 2 Comments

Happy Birthday to Collier Technologies LLC!

Five years ago today, Hannah and I completed all of the forms necessary to stand up our LLC. Okay, alright. Our registered agent actually did all of the hard work. Thanks and happy birthday to you too, Molly!

Posted in 2014, C.J. Insider, colliertech, washington, work | Leave a comment

multipath over disparate media

default route is now over a set of 3 ipsec tunnels with the voice server at the SIX. Let’s see if this proliant can reliably transport 12Mbit of crypto traffic…

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Configuring voice service on a Cisco 2801 Integrated Services Router via Asterisk

So I’ve configured voice service a number of times, but never using Cisco equipment. There’s a business starting up here on Orcas Island and they need a number of lines voice and fax service. I had a spare 2801 router … Continue reading

Posted in asterisk, cisco, colliertech, debian, Hardware, linux, Networking, Telephony, wheezy | 2 Comments