Simon Wadsworth

Master of Science | Computer Scientist


Using an OpenWRT router for 2degrees (Snap) IPv6
Published Sat 24 November 2012 by Simon Wadsworth in Linux

2degrees Broadband (previously Snap) offer IPv6 to all their residential customers, with the preferred method to use one of their CPEs the Fritzbox 7340 or the Fritzbox 7390. These devices come with a price premium, so I decided to look for a cheaper alternative with what I already have. I ...

Enabling IPv6 on a home network
Published Mon 13 June 2011 by Simon Wadsworth in Internet

IPv6 is the next generation internet protocol. Currently few ISPs provide it to the customers, and therefore uptake is slow. However if you wish to have access to the IPv6 world now then there are options. If you only have a single machine than a tunnel is fine, but however ...

World IPv6 Day
Published Sun 05 June 2011 by Simon Wadsworth in Internet

World IPv6 day is on June 8, 2011. World IPv6 Day is a day where several large organisations, such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Akamai etc will offer there content of IPv6 for a day. I’m ready for it, and so on June 8, I will be browsing these sites ...


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