Lucid Lynx with IPv6 – basic connectivity

Open Office has been building Linux networks for office automation since the last century. As we would like to be ready for the next century, we are currently doing IPv6 wherever possible.
In a series of articles, we will explain how to set up an Ubuntu 10.04 “ipv6 only” network of Linux machines: that is server, and desktops. In this episode: basic connectivity of the gateway. Continue reading “Lucid Lynx with IPv6 – basic connectivity”

Lucid Lynx with IPv6 – firewalling

Open Office has been building Linux networks for office automation since the last century. As we would like to be ready for the next century, we are currently doing IPv6 wherever possible.
In a series of articles, we will explain how to set up an Ubuntu 10.04 “ipv6 only” network of Linux machines: that is server, and desktops. In this episode: firewalling on the gateway. Continue reading “Lucid Lynx with IPv6 – firewalling”

Lucid Lynx with IPv6

Open Office has been building Linux networks for office automation since the last century. As we would like to be ready for the next century, we are currently doing IPv6 wherever possible.
In a series of articles, we will explain how to set up an Ubuntu 10.04 “ipv6 only” network of Linux machines: that is server, and desktops. See below for the outline of this series.
Continue reading “Lucid Lynx with IPv6”