Category: Information Technology

  • Saturday Morning Thoughts

    It’s been a little more than a week since I posted the first of what was supposed to be a small series on internet routing using OpenBSD. Then my Amazon refurbed PC tasked as a router gave up the ghost. While I wait on the replacement and starting completely from scratch, I figured that I […]

  • Adventures in Internet Routing Part I

    As I may have mentioned before, a friend and colleague at work introduced me to DN42, which stands for Decentralized Network 42. DN42 is really a collection of point to point VPN tunnels running over the internet. In other words, it is a complete network running on top of the internet. DN42 is a place […]

  • Some New Years Fun

    A colleague of mine at work told me about a project called DN42 which is essentially what they refer to as an overlay network or a network built on top of another. DN42 is a great way to learn about networking and the internet in general through real world, out of the lab experience. Since […]