Cable Internet - Part 2: VoIP
Saturday, August 17, 2019
It seems to be common practice, that the hardware router, that you get from your ISP
runs a branded firmware which restricts certain configuration options - most important, you
can’t simply configure your VoIP phone connection. This is probably, because the ISP offers you
also phone services and he wants to ensure, that you his and only his phone service.
Cable internet - Part 1: Installation
Sunday, July 28, 2019
I recently order cable internet, since the provider offers for almost the same price as
the DSL provider better speed. I’ve also read, that the cable provider deployed already
IPv6 in my region. So - good to go.
Sending Emails with SMTP
Sunday, June 30, 2019
After setting up an email server, one way to test it, is connecting directly to port 25 (SMTP) and talking
to the server. Unlike in Simple dummy Mail Server for development in this
post, we’ll only use
telnet. Or we could also use netcat, also known
as the “Swiss Army Knife” of network tools.
Hosting your own hidden onion service
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Running your own service in Tor under a Debian
based operating system is easy:
Raspberry Pi and JavaFX
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Oracle provides a java build for ARM, which runs on the raspberry pi. However, this build doesn’t contain
JavaFX like the other java builds for Linux, Windows or MacOS. Luckily, there are prebuild binaries for
JavaFX for ARM, too: Community Builds.
I took the stable build from chriswhocodes.