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answered Give a KVM Guest only access to OpenVPN
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comment What is the best way to monitor all traffic of a subnet with CISCO infrastructure?
I need raw tcpdump dumps for archival.
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asked What is the best way to monitor all traffic of a subnet with CISCO infrastructure?
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asked FTP Daemon that support TLS/SSL over FXP?
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comment Filesystem/Options for intensive random I/O
That would be kind of a problem, when the storage is a 14TB RAID ;-)
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comment How to make OpenVPN use VIA Padlock on OpenBSD?
I will switch to Debian after eight years with OpenBSD. Hardware cryptography didn't work as expected and I have only 10 firewall rules anymore. Sorry Theo, sorry OpenBSD :(
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comment How to make OpenVPN use VIA Padlock on OpenBSD?
I'm using the stock OpenBSD version, it says: # openvpn --show-engines OpenSSL Crypto Engines BSD cryptodev engine [cryptodev] Dynamic engine loading support [dynamic]
Feb
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comment How to make OpenVPN use VIA Padlock on OpenBSD?
Because OpenVPN is easier to setup and mantain. I only need one tunnel from point A to point B. It's so simple I'm even using static keys. But I really need the throughput and am now even considering switching to Debian GNU/Linux just to get it going faster.
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comment How to make OpenVPN use VIA Padlock on OpenBSD?
@AnsisAtteka Hello here are my aes-128-cbc results: with openssl sleep -evp aes-128-cbc type 16 bytes 64 bytes 256 bytes 1024 bytes 8192 bytes aes-128-cbc 38258.00k 139150.25k 428578.23k 785673.65k 1021974.48k and with openssl speed aes-128-cbc type 16 bytes 64 bytes 256 bytes 1024 bytes 8192 bytes aes-128 cbc 18690.44k 21683.94k 22475.08k 22569.64k 23092.98k. To 1. yes the CPU reaches 100% util when doing around 40 Mbit/sec. The average packet size? I guess it's 1500 bytes UDP packets (BitTorrent).