These are my links for 8 nov 2011 through 14 nov 2011:
- using mod_auth_kerb and Windows 2000/2003/2008R2 as KDC – This tutorial contains my knowledge about using Apache/mod_auh_kerb and Windows 2000/2003/2008R2 as KDC.
- Squid kerberos authentication and ldap authorization in Active Directory « Klaubert’s Blog – The squid web cache include a authenticator for kerberos, it is simple to use, but the documentation is not very clear about how to make it work. Below some steps use by me to make Squid 3.0 Stable1 and Squid 2.6 Stable17 authenticate against Active Directory (Windows 2003 Directory Service) and also to make it make the authorization using Ldap. This setup was not used in production environment yet, so its possible to had some problems not seen by me or scalabilities issues.
- active directory – Getting Squid to authenticate with kerberos and Windows 2008/2003/7/XP – Server Fault – This is setup with Squid 3.0, has also been tested with Squid 3.1 and should work with Squid 2.7. Your Windows user must be a member of the SQUID_USERS group in Active Directory (for this case anyway).
On the Windows side, Windows XP and Windows 2007 have been tested against Windows 2008, and Windows XP against Windows 2003.
- Open vSwitch – What is Open vSwitch?
Open vSwitch is a production quality, multilayer virtual switch licensed under the open source Apache 2.0 license. It is designed to enable massive network automation through programmatic extension, while still supporting standard management interfaces and protocols (e.g. NetFlow, sFlow, RSPAN, ERSPAN, CLI, LACP, 802.1ag). In addition, it is designed to support distribution across multiple physical servers similar to VMware's vNetwork distributed vswitch or Cisco's Nexus 1000V.
- 21 Ruby Tricks You Should Be Using In Your Own Code – 2009 Update: This post was written in early 2008 and looking back on it, there are a couple of tricks that I wouldn't recommend anymore – or to which extra warnings need to be added. I've added paragraphs like this where necessary. Enjoy! 🙂