Finally secured this blog with free SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt! First I had to upgrade my VPS to Ubuntu 16.04 from an unsupported version. Used this opportunity to switch this site back to Linode as they provide 1GB RAM for the 5$ instance(compared to 512MB on DigitalOcean).
The VPS is now located at Singapore which give around ~35ms latency compared to ~250ms latency when accessed from India. Linode doesn’t have data centers in India where the ping time would be ~10ms. DigitalOcean scores over this as they have data-center at Bangalore.
Coming back to enabling SSL, I just followed the simple guide: How to secure apache2 with Let’s Encrypt
The job was done in few minutes!
If you are a beginner to Openstack, it is always better to start from the basics when trying out the quick start guides. Never try to use Puppet or Chef straightaway. Going the by the manual install & configure of packages,Databases & configuration will help in understanding the component interactions well. From there the automation scripts can be adopted.
Continue reading “OpenStack Juno on CentOS 7”
At last I found a reason to blog! My last post was about, this blog supporting IPv6 . Now, this post is to convey, it no longer supports IPv6. Continue reading “This Blog is No Longer IPv6 Enabled”
1) Important files needs to be stored on the cloud
* Dropbox, Goodle Drive,Waula etc.,
Continue reading “Truecrypt on the Cloud”
Major Internet service providers (ISPs), home networking equipment manufacturers, and web companies around the world are coming together to permanently enable IPv6 for their products and services by 6 June 2012.
Continue reading “This Blog is IPv6 Enabled”
If your ISP itself provides you native IPv6, it’s straight forward to have an IPv6 network at home. But, most of the ISPs( none in India) do not provide IPv6. The only option is to have IPv6 Tunnel inside IPv4 using Tunnel brokers like HE
Continue reading “Setting up Home IPv6 Network using Tunnelbroker and Tomato Shibby Mod”