Policy routing

December 19th, 2007

Here’s a brief tutorial how to connect a single server to ‘the Internet’ using multiple physical connections and route various services over different interfaces using a mechanism called ‘policy routing’.

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Welcome back!

March 30th, 2006

I’ve been busy with life, thus few posts lately… Hopefully, that’s going to change!

Messing with my DSL router

March 7th, 2006

Recently I am trying to exploit my ADSL connection. The point is that my ADSL router ( a variation of the Comtrend CT-462 producted especially for Chung-Hwa ) – or more specifically , my ISP, hinet.net – enforces a speed limit if 1Mbps/64Kbps per one PPPoE connection.

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A trip to Ilan

February 28th, 2006

Last weekend we went to Ilan. Had lots of fun, although it was raining a little. But, the best part was in the bus anyway 🙂

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Installing 32-bit apps on an AMD64 Debian system

February 17th, 2006

So you got all mighty and switched to the AMD64 architecture, installed the ‘pure64’ flavour of Debian on it? Well, get prepared for some problems: no flashplugin for Firefox, no win32 codecs for MPlayer, no OpenOffice.

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Art Museum with Sandy

February 12th, 2006

Yesterday we went to Taipei’s Art Museum with my cutie, Sandy.

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Just set up a new server…

February 12th, 2006

An AMD64 comp I call ‘Angband’ .

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