Tag Archives: ipv6

Updates to blog – BGP, IPv6, TLS 1.3 and more

By | 8th December 2018

Just wanted to share a few updates about blog and life. TLS 1.3 with 0-RTT TLS 1.3 is a new standard of encryption on the web and I have implemented it! This should result in faster load times and improved security for the users. ECDSA certs are enabled too, along with RSA for better performance.… Read More »

BGP on a shoestring – The definitive guide

By | 5th December 2018

Virtually every address on the internet is connected with each other with a protocol called as the Border Gateway Protocol(BGP), which dynamically routes traffic on the internet to the closest network. This guide will show you how you can be part of the internet for the cheapest possible cost. This guide is intended for sysadmins… Read More »

My presentation about LXC containers at GDG Devfest, ICG

By | 23rd October 2016

Yesterday I presented a talk at GDG(Google Developer Group) Devfest about Stop using Docker! Fun with Linux containers and networking. The venue was International Centre Goa. Many people had a lot of doubts. Of course there wasn’t enough time for everyone to get all their queries in and things were a little difficult for many… Read More »

IPv6 should be working on this blog!

By | 16th October 2016

IPv6 is now enabled on this blog. Getting it to work wasn’t as straight forward as I initially thought since my hosting provider Contabo gives only a single /64 and I use many LXC containers to host different things. Thankfully my friend Anurag helped me out. You can read his blog post about it here.… Read More »