[nos-bbs] Global AXIP

Bill Vodall WA7NWP wa7nwp at gmail.com
Sun Nov 9 14:46:39 EST 2008

I believe these are two totally separate issues.   The 44-net (VPN...)
is related to the AXIP/AXUPD world but not necessarily...   AXIP/AXUDP
 (AX*P??)   can function very nicely without 44 net and I'd suggest
that to make this viable we would keep the two projects separate.

Putting AX*P on a Hamache VPN could be a low hanging fruit method to
bring AX*P to the masses with some control and security without the
complexity of other systems.


On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 11:30 AM, Brian <brian at support.uroweb.net> wrote:
> Hi Bill et al;
>> The world wide virtual packet on the Internet functionality is
>> incredibly powerful but the current setup requires so much effort up
>> front to get going that most folks don't have the time.
> While it'd be a nice thing to do, there are other things that makes it
> complicated beginning with the ISPs doing source-address filtering as a
> method of spoof protection against their own wans.
> Then you have the issue of the less-costly consumer router devices that
> filter IPIP tunneling by default, with some that don't allow a way to
> bypass this.
> For those running linux, I have a tool available online that's
> copy'n'paste ready for those looking to create net-44 tunnels... it can
> be found at:
> http://www.uroweb.net/cgi-bin/safe-config.cgi
> Just enter in 4 parameters (two of which would be a static host to
> forward encap packets to) and it will generate ip route table entries
> along with a very basic iptables ruleset to add to your firewall.
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