Tag Archives: network

RackTables: Permissions

Once you figured out how it works, everything is easy – right? As it took me some minutes and some googl’ing to find out how the permission system (Main page -> Configuration -> Permissions) in Racktables work, here is my … Continue reading

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Datacenter in a box

Today I want to tell you something about my “datacenter in a box” setup, that I’m currently running on my Root Server at Hetzner. The base system is a bare metal EX root server with 32GB RAM and 2x2TB hard … Continue reading

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Trap: failover bonding and miimon on directly connected machines

For HA reasons, I setup a cluster of two nodes that are using “bond0” for the external networks and “bond1” for the communication between the two hosts. As I setup the machines in the standard way, the bonding module options … Continue reading

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Running csync2 with different hostnames

The paper for csync2 is a bit unclear to me, when it comes to hosts with different hostnames for two or more interfaces. I often ended up in trying to solve my problem in the following way, that luckily solves … Continue reading

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IPv6 configuration for Hetzner servers

As the IPv6day is comming closer, I requested an IPv6 subnet at Hetzner, my hosting provider. I got the subnet: 2a01:4f8:110:5461:: / 64 – with the gateway address 2a01:4f8:110:5460::1, which is outside of the given subnet. So how to setup … Continue reading

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