SSH Key authentication and Tunneling to a proxy host Monday, June 23, 2008

Someone asked how to set this up quickly and easily… the idea being:
1) you have a host somewhere on the interwebs that’s accessible via SSH and runs a squid/proxy for you
2) you have a macintosh
3) you don’t normally do unix-y things
4) you’d like a command-line quick and easy setup to allow you to proxy your traffic (web/chat) through your ssh host and sqiud

Ubuntu Hardy Heron TCP/Firewall State Table tweaks Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Hardy Heron installs just nicely, but it’s got some issues when it comes to moderate traffic loads and NAT state maintenance…

Firewall Rules to drop Internet Nuisance Networks Thursday, May 22, 2008

There are a host of well known (to security folks at the least) nuisance networks. This is a set of simple iptables rules to drop those networks as sources.

Cisco AP1220 IOS upgrade Monday, April 28, 2008

a quicky upgrade tutorial for the AP1220 series aironet wireless access-point.

GPG key expiring or not Tuesday, April 01, 2008

So, after a period of time your GPG key will expire, if you want it to expire, that’s good news. If you happen to still be using it, not so good news. Simple un-expire instructions follow.

Short and Sweet instructions for GeekTool and gcal display Friday, December 28, 2007

I wanted to take the parts of GeekTool and this lifehacker column on taking gCal and displaying it on your macintosh desktop which is fully documented by Devan Goldstein though I admit that he uses some tricks I’d rather avoid.

SWIP Information for Verizon FiOS Business Customers Thursday, October 04, 2007

The long and sad story of complying with ARIN policies with respect to private residence SWIP information.

Hey lookie, a patent? Monday, May 14, 2007

Work had is go over all our work from the last year looking for possible patentable things, this is the result (one result I suppose).

Some simple postfix processing things Sunday, March 25, 2007

Postfix has a bunch of queues, and a bunch of stats through other packages, how about some simple shell things if you have multiple instances running?

Perl command line editing files Saturday, March 24, 2007

I can never remember how to do this, I always have to try the 10 versions of perldoc help then resort to google searches… So, documentation in a common place seems like a nice idea.

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