Introduction This tutorial is a HowTo for setting up IPv6 NAT on an OpenWRT router. The information on the environment is listed below. Network Environment: China Education and Research Network Center with dual-stack IPv6 Network Device: NETGEAR R6100 (128M RAM) Firmware Version: OpenWrt Chaos Calmer 15.05 Install Dependencies for OpenWRT Login to the OpenWRT router via SSH and run the following commands: opkg update opkg install ip6tables opkg install kmod-ipt-nat6 opkg install iputils-tracepath6 Setup IPv6 for Local-area Network Edit /etc/config/network, and add the following lines in config interface ’lan':
Introduction Note: This guide was tested using Ubuntu Server 14.04.4 LTS. This is a HowTo for setting up Upside-Down-Ternet on Ubuntu. Basically, when a user browses the web, all the images are flipped upside-down. While it’s not useful, it’s quite a good April Fool’s prank. The process uses a transparent proxy, web server, and script to flip the images. Web traffic is routed to the proxy, instead of the default gateway, which is intercepted by the proxy which then downloads and modifies the images and then serves them back to the client browser.