GeekGoneCrazy Posted March 16, 2011 Share Posted March 16, 2011 Hello all, I've been doing a fair amount of work with ipv6 recently, yet again. This time i've gotten it up, as well as getting apache dishing out web pages. But my setup is majorly unsecure. Nothing is ipv6 aware accept the server. Thinking I'm going to have to do a little work with ip tables. Fun stuff! My question is on setup. Hardware: I have a cheap little ActionTec dsl modem. 2 Wireless N routers. I have been able to get ddwrt on one of them. I'd like to run one as either a guest access point, or put all wireless g/b traffic on it and N on the other. Not sure about that. 5 port Gigabit switch. 24 port 10/100 3com switch. Don't have to use it. Loud as all get out. Quad core system running 5 virtual machines. Gigabit card in it. 3 machines with p4's 1.4-1.7 GHz 512mb ram in each. Thinking will use the 1.7 for a firewall box. What I would like: I want to run ipv4/ipv6 Mostly for my servers, but would like to try out ipv6 access in the whole house. I'd like to isolate my server from the rest of the house. I do have a couple of nics. Would like to eventually setup DNS. Going through HE.net cert deal, plus need to learn the ends and outs anyways. Any suggestions on setting my network up a little more securely? Not wanting a step by step, I just would like some suggestions. I'm 100% linux. So would prefer to stay with solutions on linux. Thanks, Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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