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Operating System: Debian Linux (Lenny 2.6.26-1-xen-686)
IPv6: 2002:81d7:a0ab:1::1
Primary Services:
Router (see below)
Other Information:

Ace is Tardis' router. Right now it's on spiderport 1 and ''.

The onboard hme ethernet interface (eth0 08:00:20:FD:6D:C4) is connected to our upstream network port. A 3c905 PCI ethernet card provides a connection to the internal network (eth1 00:60:08:4F:76:52), and supports VLAN tagging.

To advertise the route to Tardis and deal with routing to the outside world we are running the quagga routing daemon. We only require a minimal RIP configuration (see /etc/quagga/ripd.conf).

The firewall script is in /root/tardis-firewall. Changes should be managed using RCS. Beware of the failsafe mechanism...

A 6to4 Tunnel also runs on Ace to provide IPv6 conenctivity. It has it's own firewall script at /root/tardis-IPv6firewall.