Somehow destiny brought me to StartSSL, a company that provides free SSL certificates. This prompted me to replace all existing CACert certificates and enforcing SSL on all publicly available entry points: blogs, bug tracker and git code repository.
If you have previously added the CACert root certificate to access my website, please remove them now as public entry points no longer requires that, and new entry points will be added with similar StartSSL (or other free services’) certificates.
Despite lack of ISP support, I gave myself IPv6 network access by making my router switch IPv6 packets over an 6in4 tunnel. My tunnel provider is Hurricane Electric.
This tutorial is about setting up IPv6 tunnelling and routing, NDP router advertisement and tackling dynamic address. Not all part of this tutorial will fit your needs.
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A certain center called me, telling me that my website have a certain “bad content”. Hmm what are they talking about?
Continue reading “What is bad content?”
After reading Wesley’s post about their problematic, data stealing router, I want to rant about mine.
In the neighbourhood I am living in, the only ISP is China Telecom.
For those who want a broadband connection, Telecom’s standard issue CPE is a combined EPON/Router device. The device establishes EPON and PPPoE connection for you, have built-in DHCP server and Wi-Fi access point, and seems to be a good all-in-one CPE.
Continue reading “China Telecom EPON device, IPTV and TR069”