UNIX, Security, and Privacy
Converting a Juniper EX4200 from L2 to L3https://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/07/juniper-ex4200-convert-l2-l3/ 2013-07-28
Why would I use an EX4200 as an L2 switch?
ESXi, LACP, and JunOShttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/07/esxi-junos-lacp/ 2013-07-08
LACP allows you to run network traffic over multiple interfaces between a single source and multiple destinations.
Setting up a Juniper EX2200-C with LACPhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/06/juniper-ex2200c-lacp/ 2013-06-06
Setting up a (brand new) Juniper EX2200c (the 12 port fanless version of the EX2200) to use LACP with a Mac Pro.
FreeBSD, Dovecot and Sievehttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/05/freebsd-dovecot-and-sieve/ 2013-05-03
This outlines the things I had to do on the backend to get sieve filtering working on Dovecot 2.x on FreeBSD.
Cisco and LACPhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/02/cisco-and-lacp/ 2013-02-10
I have a FreeNAS machine which has 4 ethernet ports on it. I’d like to setup LACP so I can get more than 1 Gbit of traffic on/off the NAS. In order to do this, I need to make some changes to both my FreeNAS machine and my switch.
Dell MD3000i Factory Resethttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/02/dell-md3000i-reset/ 2013-02-10
Quick note on what I had to lookup when I needed to reset a Dell MD3000i to factory defaults. This process assumes you have the proper cable already (it looks like a headphone jack on one end and an rs232 on the other).
IPv6 Privacy Extensionshttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2013/02/privacy-extensions/ 2013-02-10
Many operating systems use the EUI-64 algorithm to generate IPv6 addresses. This algorithm derives the last 64 bits of the IPv6 address using the MAC address. Many see this as a privacy problem. The last half of your IP address will never change, and with MAC addresses being somewhat unique, the interface ID becomes close to a unique “cookie” identifying your system.