Continuing on my adventure of running my own self-built router at home, I decided to get IPv6 running on my home network. As of writing this blog post, my ISP doesn't do native IPv6 yet so I decided to go with Hurricane Electric's IPv6 Tunnel Broker service, which provides you with an IPv6-in-IPv4 tunnel.
In my last post I talked about getting my home router up and forwarding packets from nothing and getting my computers connected via Ethernet. The next step is to get 802.11 (WiFi) working.
This is the first of a series of blog posts on building my own home router from scratch using Debian. My hopes are that by sharing my experiences, it can help others in this endeavor.
I figured I'd post the latest graph magic from my work at Nucor-Yamato Steel. This is a graph of the entire network, switches AND hosts!
I've always been utterly fascinated with graph theory, mostly with its applications to networks. As an added bonus, they can be represented with pretty pictures!