Archive for the ‘Open source’ Category

Logging remote host to specific logfile with syslog-ng

Tuesday, January 1st, 2008

Software RAID 5 in Ubuntu with mdadm

Tuesday, January 1st, 2008

Great tutorial –

Apache .htaccess / Username and password OR valid IP address

Monday, March 5th, 2007

…modern alternative for measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance…

Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 – official site – win32 port

Ko se sprašuješ o firewallu in usmerjevalniku… / When you are asking about what kind of firewall and router to use…

Monday, January 1st, 2007

V zadnjem času sem kar precej časa posvetil dvema odprtokodnima firewalloma/routerjema, m0n0wall-u ter pfSense-u. Celotna mreža kiWi-Fi network je postavljena na m0n0wallu. Obe zadevi delujeta super tudi v specifičnih režimih delovanja (transparent firewall, dodatni programski paketi (pfSense) …)

In the past weeks I spent some time to check the two opensource firewall/router programs: m0n0wall and pfSense. The kiWi-Fi network infrastructure is based on m0n0wall. Both produts work perfectly even in complex and specific environment (transparent firewall, extra packages (pfSense) …).

Že večkrat so me ljudje spraševali o znanih težavah – preveliki količini sej (še posebej ob uporabi raznih *donkey *mule in podobnih P2P programih). Za vse tiste je primeren spodaj naveden članek. “Računica” pa je nakako takšna: 32MB RAMa = 30000 sej. :)

Some people asked me about the known troubles using low cost routers – too many sessions (when using *donkey and *emule like p2p programs). For all that have questions regarding this problem there is a link below. The calculation is quite simple: 32MB of RAM = 30000 sessions. :)

Tcpdump – “commandprompt” network analyzer example

Monday, January 1st, 2007

tcpdump port not 52000 and host not and not arp and host not

Show traffic that is NOT on port 520000 and NOT from host and NOT ARP traffic and NOT from host