For anyone who has wondered how to have a meter on your desktop to estimate time in traffic to a set destination, its actually very easy. I have created a demo on how to do this in the attached ZIP file. You need to fill in the configuration with a google maps API key as… Read more »
I haven’t posted in awhile so I thought I would share some great SSL resources I have been using lately on a few of my projects. The first is SSL labs. This service performs a deep analysis of the configuration of any SSL web server on the public Internet. I have used it to verify my… Read more »
To continue on from the previous tutorial on setting up OpenVPN on Ubuntu we will now see what is required to add and remove users on our server. Adding Users A lot of the steps are the same as creating the initial installation so it should look pretty familiar. Lets assume our new client is called… Read more »
Background Since I will be travelling to China next week I thought now would be a good time to setup a VPN that at least had some chance of working through the GFW. After doing some research I found there are a few possible solutions but the one I settled on was using OpenVPN with… Read more »
I spent some time playing around with the networking and webserver configuration and I have now enabled IPv6 on Scott.StevensonOnThe.Net. I am now ready for the next generation. Please let me know of any issues you run into accessing the site from IPv6.