This presentation assumes you have IPv6 working at your house or business. But now want to leverage the security features in IPv6 to create better systems and networks. The presentation will include:
· IPv6 is growing quickly
o What are you doing about it?
· IPv4 vs. IPv6 Security models
o 1960’s vs. 1990’s
· Your ISP – We trust them right?
o Tunnel or native
o Their router or yours
· ISP redundancy – When uptime is King!
o NAT (Bad)
· Your Infrastructure – Application of the security model
o IPv4 with IPv6 tunnels
o Dual Stack
o IPv6 with IPv4 Tunnels
o IPv6 with Proxies
· Address management - Active address scanning is for newbies and the weak
· Address allocation – Methods and management
o Home users (non-managed)
o Home users (Managed)
· Boot process from the network view
There was a recent request to have the ability to create polls to post questions to the NOVALUG audience, so we have gone ahead and enabled that option for all registered users.
You will be able to create/edit/delete your own polls and set time limits to the polls.
If anyone has any question or problems about using the polls feature or any other parts of the NOVALUG website please post your questions on the forums or the mailing list.
I recommend the Forums on the site as it is an excellent place to have "OT" discussions. (just my humble opinion)
The mailman server is DOWN. We hope to have a new server up very soon.
Install, Tweak, Share!
Date: 10 October 2009
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: 11925 Bowman Towne Dr, Reston, VA (Reston Library)
Novell announced through a press release today that the long awaited SUSE Studio is finally available for production use, along with a host of other capabilities and tools to help make it easier to develop appliances based on SUSE Linux Enterprise. These offerings include:
The poll is finished and there is an overwhelming desire to keep the meetings on Saturday. The space search continues, but we have moved the meeting to 2nd Saturday starting in SEPTEMBER.
1 August 2009
Paul Frields will talk about Fedora at the Herndon Library
768 Center Street
Herndon, VA 20170-4640
12 September 2009
Topic: Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV)
10 October 2009
Ubuntu and Mail Services
Research paper writing entails intricate step-by-step procedure. Therefore, it is essential to manage every step meticulously in order to produce a quality research paper. Here’s the step-by-step procedure towards efficient research paper management:
STEP 1. Select a topic
Choose a topic that stimulates interests and challenging. The attitude towards a topic determines the amount of effort and enthusiasm exerted on a study. Focus on a limited aspect and select a subject that is manageable. Avoid topics that are too technical or those that only has scarce source materials.
STEP 2. Gather data
There are many ways to gather the necessary details of the study – on the Internet, in the library and other electronic resources. In gathering data, it is relevant to jot down full bibliographical information of the source like the author, title, URLs, and date of publication. Keep in mind that a study without bibliographical information is irrelevant since source is not cited.
There's a long running "discussion" about whether Mono and apps written in .NET/C# should be included, nay- used, in Linux. Apparently, Richard Stallman doesn't think so... [Thanks to Slashdot for the reminder] He doesn't really go into the details as to why, but rather appears to be using his "status" to be enough justification to his argument.
If you are open minded and not simply a Microsoft basher, check out this fantastic explanation on Why Mono Doesn't Suck to hear the other side of the story. Then make up your own mind.
Me? I love my Tomboy!!