> > On 18/02/2018, at 3:08 AM, miraculli . wrote:
> > [...]
> > I would attempt a simpler config first. I suspect you're following
> > the advice in https://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/pools.html - which is
> > pass in on $int_if from $lan_net
I just got an second ADSL-uplink installed and now I try to reconfigure my
pf.conf to load-balance NAT over both connections.
Just to be more concrete:
It is a Hotel-Setup with a guest accessible public Wifi-LAN (Ubuiqity UniFi
and a private LAN for Office-Devices.
I use a
i´ve also an APU2 as router.
The uplink connection (16Mbit/s) is via pppoe(4) on em0
and i couldn´t manage to messure the throughput of this interface:
- iftop doesn´t work on pppoe and shows nothing on em0.
- ifperf also calculates some strange numbers (14669317741 Gbits/sec)
when trying to
ipsets, but it is a long way to
> get switchd(8) to this point. And it has limitations, of course.
> *) let me know if I'm wrong.
>> On 17.07.2017, at 11:00, miraculli . <miracu...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi misc,
>> I just read ab
I just read about a trending topic: SDN and Open Networking.
The principal idea behind Open Networking is to allow the customer
to install a custom OS to switch-hardware.
The main software player in this business seems to be a penguin OS
There is also a overview of
thanks for your hints and pushing me in the right direction
2017-06-21 2:49 GMT+02:00 Stuart Henderson <s...@spacehopper.org>:
> On 2017-06-20, miraculli . <miracu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > For every aiohttp instance I created one vether(4) and a
I try to setup relayd(8) as load balancer for two Python3.6 based aiohttp
web-servers on -stable. Right now I´m just playing around to get into it
so everything runs inside a VirtualBox Instance.
For every aiohttp instance I created one vether(4) and assigned 10.0.0.x/24
to it and start
According to Paul Ammann's mail:
>From my experience, models released after 2008 (MacBook5 and higher)
My MacbookPro (v 3.1) form mid 2007 utilizes UGA.
2016-12-29 15:50 GMT+01:00 YASUOKA Masahiko :
> On Tue, 27 Dec 2016 18:24:38 -0800
I try this for a while too.
Interesting that it works when installing from cd. But when I get you right
you stuck in the reboot-loop too when trying to boot from usb (install##.fs
I removed my super-drive and put a second ssd
> mount /dev/sd0i /mnt2
> mkdir -p /mnt2/efi/boot
> cp /mnt/usr/mdec/BOOTX64.EFI /mnt2/efi/boot
> reboot, and restart.
> On 11/17/16 15:16, miraculli . wrote:
>> Hello misc,
I try to install OpenBSD on my Apple MacBook Pro mid 2007 (or
MacBookPro3,1) for some time now with different -release and the
latest -snapshot versions with no success. The bootloader shows up and
tries to launch bsd.rd:
probing: pc0 mem [572K 64K 3053M 13M 60K 24K 76K 1024M]
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