I've got IPv6 on my home network, mostly as a playground since IPv4 will someday surely fade away.
I've got a pretty good WiFi router in the Cisco WRT160NL, but it frequently has trouble reaching out of the house into the yard, and even into the farther reaches inside the house.
I received my postal-mail validation code from StartSSL over the weekend.
Today I decided to take a few minutes and try to throw up some wildcard and SAN SSL certs to get SSL on all of my servers.
A bit of discussion about configuring VirtualBox guests using Host-only Adapter networking to access other guests on Host-only Adapter networks on other hosts.
In December 2013 a new version of VirtualBox, v4.3, was released, and among its few new features is a networking mode called "NAT Network."
I finally managed to get the IPv6 tunnel working through my router to PCs on my LAN. Turns out to have been two head-slappers with the addressing of the router's interface that was causing all of the ailments. Unlike the Hurricane Electric certification…