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OpenBGPd in OpenBSD

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NetworkingFrom Daemon News Ezine comes this article about The Design of OpenBGPd: "I started OpenBGP two years ago, after getting completely fed up with Zebra, which we were running before. There were lots of bugs, bad configuration language, performance problems, and since I don't speak Japanese - I had problems understanding the documentation. Zebra makes heavy use of cooperative threads, which leads to it's main problem: Combined with the central event queue, Zebra can lose sessions while busy. This is because the keepalive events can be way down in the queue, so if something else simultaneously consumes all the CPU power - Zebra just doesn't process the keepalives until the peer resets the session. Zebra successor, Quagga, caught up and apparently fixed many of the bugs. However, they still used the Zebra's design, which I think is wrong. So, the issues are kind of unfixable."
(first seen on BSD News)
 
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packetfence

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Networkingpacketfence provides interior worm mitigation and policy enforcement capabilities. Open source solution.
 
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Mail - beating the address ban

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NetworkingFrom Linux, Unix, /etc/ comes the article Beating the IP Address Ban. It shows you a few ways to improve your mail setup in this age of misconfigured and non-working spamstoppers.
(Found via RootPrompt.org)
 
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20 ways to secure your Apache configuration

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Networking"20 ways to Secure your Apache Configuration" via Rootprompt.
 
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FreeNAS

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NetworkingFreeNAS is the free NAS server. It is a free implementation of a minimal FreeBSD distribution that provide NAS (Network-Attached Storage) services, supporting: CIFS (samba) , FTP, NFS protocols, with a Full WEB configuration interface. FreeNAS can be install on Compact Flash, hard drive and USB pen. The minimal FreeBSD distribution, Web interface,PHP scripts and documentations are based on M0n0wall.
 
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