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bio website hugo.barrera.io
location CABA, Argentina
age 27
visits member for 4 years, 7 months
seen Jul 16 at 20:41

I'm a software developer, FLOSS fan, vegan, and polyphasic sleep trainee. I and code or geek around most day :)


Apr
1
accepted Secure filesharing protocol for fileserver
Oct
3
awarded  Excavator
Oct
3
revised What are the pros and cons of SSH and HTTP for a git server?
No need to pay for TLS certificates, there are free providers.
Oct
3
comment What are the pros and cons of SSH and HTTP for a git server?
You can get free TLS certificates for HTTPS from startssl.com. Trusted by all major OSs/Browsers.
Oct
3
suggested suggested edit on What are the pros and cons of SSH and HTTP for a git server?
Jul
18
comment Give an external IP to a Virtual Machine
I concur, the netmask 255.255.255.255 is probably wrong, with that mask, the host will only be able to communicate with itself. Use the same netmask that you're using for an already-working IP on the windows server.
Jul
8
comment Why is my rsync so slow?
Be warned, though, that NFS offers no security (ie: encryption).
Jun
21
comment OpenBSD, FreeBSD: your update philosophy?
@Bubnoff If you update to the latest versions on -stable, you'll have all the released security patches for that release. (Unlike -current that also includes non-security updates).
May
25
answered OpenBSD firewall - netbook hardware option - pros and cons
Dec
1
comment Secure filesharing protocol for fileserver
I'll consider ipsec (probably with AFS - I disagree in NFS being easy), though I'll have to properly test to see how easy/complicated it is to give new clientes access. It'll be a good deal of reading though, since I only know the basics of ipsec. :)
Dec
1
comment Secure filesharing protocol for fileserver
What makes you think I don't care about authentication? All of the above offer authentication, and per-user+per-device credentials. The client software will depend strictly on the protocol used.
Dec
1
asked Secure filesharing protocol for fileserver
Jun
21
awarded  Student
Jun
21
comment NATing IPv4 while routing IPv6
I'm trying to avoid bridging both networks and still running the NAT. I'm pretty sure DD-WRT will break this, or this will break the web interface. Or both. I'll definitely loose all of the webinterface's functionality (it doesn't even support IPv6 on the webintf, BTW).
Jun
21
comment NATing IPv4 while routing IPv6
The first suggestion does not work; client# ping6 www.google.com : From 2800:40:403::7 icmp_seq=1 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
Jun
21
comment NATing IPv4 while routing IPv6
Don't I need to have my ISP route all traffic to the block THROUGH the WAN IP of the router as well? Also, the main part of the question is HOW to configure those routes, I've had no luck with what seemed to be intuitive to me.
Jun
21
comment NATing IPv4 while routing IPv6
No, I'm not trying to NAT the IPv6 connections, I'm trying to have each computer have it's own public IPv6 IP. That why I mentioned needed to have IPv6 traffic pass transparently through.
Jun
21
asked NATing IPv4 while routing IPv6
Jun
21
awarded  Commentator
Jun
21
comment IPv6 only subdomain
Get native ipv6, and get rid of proxies/tunnels. Once you've done that, you need to set AAAA records, and delete the A records.