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OpenMesher takes a list of netblocks TunnelDigger requires you to manually specify IPs on each side of the p2p link. OpenMesher has support for plugins: We currently support generating Quagga, reverse DNS, OpenVPN, Shorewall, and deb config files for deployment from a deb.
Module -- Quagga: We can generate a ripd. Module -- OpenVPN: Obviously we generate the OpenVPN config files for the p2p links Module -- Shorewall: We generate files that can be included by your interfaces and rules file to allow the VPN p2p links to connect and route Module -- MakeDEBs: We generate deb files that include all the module files along with commands to restart services and package them up for deployment Module -- Deploy: Not quite ready yet--SCPs the DEB files up to the routers for easier deployment.
Perl sucks TunnelDigger appears unmaintained TunnelDigger generates config files that aren't compatible with the latest version of OpenVPN TunnelDigger generates debs using an old format TunnelDigger uses PKI where I think shared keys work just fine--although adding CA support is fairly easy and is planned for a future release.
Developers and other geek-ilk Github rocks, fork it. Patches are welcome No mailing lists, IRC channels, etc Not a big-enough project at the moment.
About OpenVPN Mesh Generator Resources Readme. BSDClause License. Releases 19 tags. Packages 0 No packages published. Staffel der Sat.
August gesendet wurde. Aaron Troschke hat zwei Brüder und eine Schwester, die immer wieder auf seinem YouTube-Kanal zu sehen sind. Am August veröffentlichte Troschke sein Buch Glück gehabt!!!
Aaron Troschke ist Mitgründer der Firma ReachHero. Seit Dezember hat Troschke zusammen mit C-BAS von Bullshit TV den Podcast Hauptsache Podcast. Bomar Oct 10, Wanted.
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Technologies primarily consisted of Django, Node JS, Visual Basic, and C along with tools like Redis, Postgres, Elasticsearch, HAProxy, Docker and Vagrant.
Worked remotely as a Developer on a secure communications application using several technologies including Django, Salt, MySQL, Apache, Vagrant, Node.
After project completion I transferred to the commercial services security division to work as a systems engineer managing and supporting the intrusion detection ecosystem involving technologies like Elasticsearch, Django, Salt, Node.
Working as a systems engineer for a family-owned business serving a wide variety of clients that need network design, management, and support without the cost of employing a full-time team of staff.
My primary clients include: A large network of approximately 27 sites connected via VPN links over public internet connections.
Their primary dental applications are Windows-based, however the routers and firewalls are FreeBSD-based, and each site has at least one Linux server to provide virtualization of their Windows infrastructure.
Additionally there are a few dozen servers that provide intra-office messaging, e-mail, management, monitoring, alerting, spam filtering, and off-site backups.
A large manufacturing facility where I assisted in maintaining the production network computers, thin-clients, printers, PLCs, and Linux servers.
I also deployed a Linux-based VoIP and Fax server using Asterisk to help replace parts of their ancient analog phone system that was costing thousands of dollars in contracting fees every month.
Three government agencies in one building, each with their own unique requirements and an extremely limited budgets. I designed and implemented several low-cost solutions including replacing 4 old virus-infested public access computers running Windows in their library with 12 thin clients in a Linux Terminal Services Project environment for several thousand dollars less than the comparable Windows solution.
For over 3 years, my monthly maintenance in their Library consisted of asking if there were any problems, being told "no, things are running perfectly", and then returning to my office with an upgrade to a newer release every months.
A multi-site government network with 4 locations that required network connectivity to their vehicles. I replaced a cellular routing appliance in each vehicle that did not perform to vendor-advertised standards with embedded Linux routers that communicated securely back to a central office so ambulances could access patient data and call information while en-route to calls.
I also managed their virtual server farm, storage network, and their fiber backbone. Ran a small web hosting provider involving a handful of Linux servers.
Hosted sites for clients, friends, and family. The project was an experiment to test the security and automation capabilities of Linux in a production environment.
I volunteered from January until February of , at which time I was hired on part-time. In September I was brought on full-time.
Duties included providing patient care, teamwork, critical thinking, disaster planning, problem solving, and rapidly changing environments and command structures on emergency incidents.
I also helped maintain IT systems for the service. Provided support on an on-call basis to numerous companies and individuals in the Columbia River Gorge area, providing phone, e-mail, and on-site support for a variety of Windows and Linux networks.