At the moment we have our dn42 subnet (172.22.33.0/24) laid out this way:
- LAN: 172.22.33.128/25
- DN42: 172.22.33.0/28
Still to allocate:
- 1 /26 for a restricted and locked down public wifi (Think captive portal, but with open openvpn and ssh ports to not piss off hackers. :-))
- 1 /27 for a server-only/"production"-quality LAN (This is where the ATA phone adapter box should go)
- 1 /30 for The Wandering Star
Of course this plan might cause some pain, but the address shortage is a problem concerning everybody. Use IPv6 !! :-)
SixXS allocated us 2001:6f8:147f::/48. It is spread out this way:
- LAN: 2001:6f8:147f:42::/64
There is a caching proxy on the LAN. It is set up to cache files up to 650 MiB. The cache size is set at 2 GiB at the moment. The use is optional, but recommended when updating your machine. It is located here: http://172.22.33.129:3128/
We have mpd set up in the space to stream some audio or play music. Use your mpd client on 172.22.33.129:6600 or [2001:6f8:147f:42::2]:6600 There is also the possibility to upload stuff to the server with your webdav client.
TODO -- It would be nice to have FQDN for all the machines that stay in the space. What domain to delegate ? How will we update the records ? Keep in mind that this will be an IPv6-only thing. Putting private IPv4s in the public DNS works fine but it is ugly.