Being a Telus customer, there is native IPv6 available aslong as you play within their rules. I finally got around to building a system
to accommodate this setup. I am still determining how sticky the IPv6 lease from Telus is. Turns out that Telus offers a /56 Prefix as long
as your router only requests an IA-PD and not a IA-NA.
in the struggle to get OSPFv3 functional between Wireguard Endpoints I ran into a few problems
Using CentOS 7 for the nodes I was seemingly unable to get the OSPF to converge. After many hours
of tweaking configs I landed at a solution. Not at all helped by the fact that Wireguard did not
like keeping the Link-Local Address persistent. The following is what I came up with do updated
the remote node with the correct Link-Local when the tunnel comes up as part of the pre-up
Recently after migrating my BGP edge router to a new VM I had issues with my Peers not coming up.
I had changed the way that the tunnels had come up but not in a way that I thought it would affect
the outcome. Turns out there is an extra option to get the destination set. Although hacky the
following added to the wg-quick configurations did the trick.
Adding new interfaces or virtual interfaces such as VPN connections never seem to end up in
the right firewall zone. Windows no longer seems to have a GUI option to allow you to easily changes
these settings. Dropping to Powershell will still manage to get the Job done
While building your own Content Management System can be a good way to stretch your your programming skills, it may lack the finesse of a well thought out CMS system already in existence.
One of the things that I was looking to achieve was to create a CMS system that would export to static HTML. While I did have it running and working correctly. I never got the the “export” part