The ex-Minister of Telecommunications in South Africa died last week.
Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri, better known as Poison Ivy, was the topic of a few of my rants in the past.
She was really good at stuffing things up, and then starting legal procedures against anyone who tried to fix it. I think she’s the first true example of the “If it aint fixed, don’t fix it, sleep instead” mindset.
Government released their own tribute to her, which ignores all her failings.
Tommorow is Good Friday, and strangely enough, its not a public holiday in Ireland.
Its what they call a Discretionary day, so businesses can “declare” it a day off for their staff, or not (like my employers). The Mrs works for a company that likes their employees, so she has tommorow off. I don’t. Which is rather rubbish, but not nearly as rubbish as being home in bed sick on a free day! Heh
I haven’t seen any working examples of configuration for setting up a SixXS tunnel on a Mikrotik, so here’s on that I’ve put together.
I’ve just done this, and had to figure alot of it out for myself.
There are a few assumptions:
1) You have a static IP Address
2) You already have a SixXS account, which has been validated, etc.
3) You have a device running Mikrotik RouterOS.
4) You have the ipv6 package installed and enabled