SINGLESOCK - How much to strip away?
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Sun Jun 3 02:36:20 UTC 2018
> Hal, can you check the assertion about FreeBSD? Do we have a NetBSD system
> to test on?
>> I can't think of why we actually need it. I would have to scan
>> the code to look.
> If you have the bandwidth, please do check that premise.
I really want to get away from the SINGLESOCK stuff and finish some crypto
work. I'm not good at multitasking.
I have FreeBSD and NetBSD systems. We can try setting up ssh access. You
should work on access that doesn't depend on me.
This is a good opportunity for you to scan the interface changing code. The
case I know about is forgetting state (round trip time) if an interface goes
away. That's conservative. I don't know what happens if you don't forget
that stuff. You can try it on a PC. Just unplug the ethernet.
In the longer term, the project should have access to a set of boxes on the
net for live-traffic testing. Somebody should think about what OSes/distros
It's $5/month for a low end cloud server that is perfectly adequate for our
needs. I haven't looked carefully. I'm sure some support FreeBSD. I don't
remember seeing NetBSD. I think I saw something that let you provide a URL
to boot from. Mumble. I'm sure somebody here knows more about this stuff
than I do.
Running on raw hardware would be better but more complicated. You need hands
Both FreeBSD and NetBSD run on Raspberry Pi,
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