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Yeeaahh... I'm an IPv6 Professional
Written by Cyril Jaquier   
Sunday, 30 January 2011

IPv6 Certification Badge for lostcontrol

 

 I'm playing a bit with the IPv6 certification from he.net and I'm an IPv6 Professional so far Smile I'm not far away from being a Guru. I think the problem is that my secondary name server is not IPv6 capable. So I need to wait until OVH moves ns.kimsufi.com to IPv6 or I need to find another IPv6 secondary NS.

You can see my scorecard here.

EDIT: he.net provides free IPv6-capable NS for 50 domains. So I removed ns.kimsufi.com and use nsX.he.net as slaves now. So I'm a Sage now Cool

 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 06 February 2011 )
 
New server & IPv6
Written by Cyril Jaquier   
Tuesday, 04 January 2011

ImageI moved my server to a new kimsufi during my winter holidays. I took the opportunity to migrate from Gentoo to Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS as I don't have much time to compile software and tweak settings now. I didn't encounter too many problems while migrating all the services (mail, web, databases, dns, etc) to Ubuntu. I could even simplify 2-3 things like Postfix/IMAP authentication. Thanks to IP failover provided by OVH, the switch was almost unnoticeable to most users.

Therefore, the server is now IPv6 capable and you can access this website using IPv6.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 04 January 2011 )
 
I got my T-Mobile G1
Written by Cyril Jaquier   
Thursday, 13 November 2008
ImageToday I received the T-Mobile G1 phone that I bought on eBay a week ago. I got an unlock code for 25$ and as far as I can say, it works perfectly with Swisscom. The phone asked me if I wanted to upgrade to the latest firmware which fixes some security issues. I can install applications from the Android Market. So I'm really happy at the moment Laughing.
 
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