Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 12 Jan 11:
- What is my IPv6 Address? –
This page shows your IPv6 and/or IPv4 address
You are connecting with an IPv4 Address of:
My new favourite site for telling me what my ip address. Supports IPv4 and IPv6, is nice and clean.
- The Philter Lounge – Beautiful Music to listen to. Sort of an Ambient / House / Chill . Lush melodies and rich sonic backdrops. And free to download. My favorite song is The Lounge. http://www12.nrk.no/magasin/upunkt/urort/track.aspx?mmiid=986477
- Minimum Route Finder Using Dijkstra Algorithm – Stepwise visualisation of the Dijkstra Algorithm on a randomly generated node / connect structure. Helps with understanding the OSPF database structure.
- Military Personnel – Jud talks about his experiences in the US Air Force and compares them with the private sector. Although I don’t understand how you can go through life without thinking or being aware of the how the world works. I think he proves it’s up to you to organise and manage your career progression. In private enterprise, no one is there to ‘look after you’, or ‘mentor’ you. You might get lucky but mostly you are on your own.I like have ex-military people to work with though. They always do what they are told or follow the plan without question. It can be useful on projects.
- Party like itís 1993! | The Networking Nerd –
So how do we get our network clocks to report the right time? Well, the process is fairly easy, provided youíve done a little homework about a couple of things. First, you need to know what timezone you are in and what your GMT offset is. In todayís world, it is far easier to keep the clock of your device synced to GMT, then apply an offset to show you what the local time is.
The root of all network management is correct time – use this in network management presentations.
- iPhone IPv6 Debugging Simplified with Ip6config ó The IPv6 Experts .net –
Using Ip6config from JHTech.us, you can view full interface details on all network interfaces for IPv4, IPv6, and link-layer protocols. Ip6config shows all of the information that you would get from ifconfig -a on the command line (if the iPhone had a command line) in an easy-to-read, tabular format. Detail cells also support copying to the phoneís clipboard for pasting in other apps (email, etc.).
Almost forgot that the iPhone appears to be IPv6 ready. Handy utility for checking the IPv6 configuration – currently ad-supported and available for download from the App Store.