Networking

ejabberd and SSL certs

Recently I managed to take a couple hours and finish the epic struggle of setting up an XMPP server.

Categories: ejabberd, Free, Free as in Beer, Free as in Speech, Free Software, FreeBSD, IPv4, IPv6, Linux, Networking, OpenSource, Red Hat, SSL, sysadmin, Technology, TLS, XMPP | Tags: , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Theadamsresidence.net is now IPv6 enabled

Recently theadamsresidence.net underwent maintenance for some pending updates. As part of the process IPv6 was enabled for the host in an IPv6 capable environment. As a result it is now possible to access the site using IPv6. A few useful things:

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How and Why I got A Free Signed SSL Certifcate

Once upon a time I used self signed certificates for this site. And it was good. Of course it meant that you had to accept the site certificate manually and it appeared that it would cause a couple applications to quietly fail. Why anything related to SSL quietly fails is simply beyond me…

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Todays Special: IPv6, BIND10 and cooking the GoOSe.

Oh the busy, busy times are here! I always seem to keep busy, yes I know it never seems that way but I in fact keep pretty busy. Currently some of the things that keep me busy at home are:

Categories: BIND, BIND10, DNS, Free Software, GoOSe Linux, gooseproject, IPv6, Linux, Networking, OpenSource, Technology | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment
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