Just to let you know we’ve added full PTAWUG (and JAWUG as before) peering now. These are via tunnels @skouperd, @JellyBean, @darkwing and myself. Anyone having a decent (probably fibre) connection let us know as we won’t mind more.
I’m hoping it’s reasonably stable but let me know how it goes.
I’ve posted some more services in the service section.
PTAWUG uses pta.wug.network as their dns. I’ve added that zone to our DNS servers and we should now be able to resolve their DNS.
As guests on the PTAWUG network please follow their rules and guidelines.
- Hacking or Hackers of any sort will not be tolerated.
- Do not use any port scanners.
- Do not use the application called “The Dude” at any time!
- Do not scan for any services other than the ones listed (use the provided engines such as ffsearch to find files as users give permission to access their ftp servers by listing it).
- Do not log in or attempt to log in on any PC or service which is not yours or whereto you do not have permission to log into.
- Always think of PTAWUG as an entity. Never do anything that may have a negative effect on PTAWUG.
- Marking of packets in order to obtain better throughput is not allowed. All wuggers should have equal opportunities thus only using traffic markings supplied on the wiki and provided by the highsites. To contravene this in order to derive personal benefit is diametrically opposed to everything PTAWUG stands for.
- Don’t demand stuff from/be rude/piss off people that organize highsites, do a lot of work on highsites and improve the WUG, you might just cause a lot of kak for everyone. Many wuggers put in a lot of hours organizing highsites, putting up sites and maintaining sites, they do not get PAID for it, they are not employed by PTAWUG, treat them with respect.
- Providing internet access as a “WUG service” is not allowed as it is against the PTAWUG constitution and also not allowed by ICASA.
We are running tinc on VMs at people who have chunky internet connections. 100Mbit+ on our side. The JAWUG and PTAWUG sides are not all as well provisioned. These tinc nodes all connect to each other in a mesh like vpn. To the OS it appears that these nodes are all plugged into the same switch even though they are all over the place.
On these we also run quagga. On CTWUG side the quagga is running OSPF and BGP. The switch is running BGP routing. On the CTWUG interfaces we of course run OSPF.
tinc configs are stored here:
quagga configs here: