REMCO EVENEPOEL !!!!!!!!!!! #Cycling OMFG!!!!!
"If an infinite set of point in the plane determine only integer distances, then all the points lie on a straight line" Nice! #math
Graffiti saying "Brexit Crew" #Sheffield
Sex life nsa
TFW .. a man says sit here.. buys you a drink.. kisses..
You say.. you know I'm special.. I'm a trans woman..he goes yeah whatever..
And you go back to his place
. He walks into the toilet and watches you piss.
You go to his room
He starts to fuck you
And says .. I can't do it with a man
Drugs, cops, tories
Its annoying seeing the Tories all put their hands up to say.. "I did drugs .. but don't worry.. I'm still ok to be leader". Fucking wanker toffs.
I'm of the same generation as them, but as working class person when I got busted I went to jail. Which fucked my career and life opportunities after.
I never had a drugs problem ... Just a police problem.
@_sizeofcat The only thing left to do then was set up a bunch of port forwards from the VPN endpoint AND on the OpenWRT router, so I can get my bittorrent and SSH into the home LAN to work.
The FW rule set on Algo seemed simpler to work with than the one that came with Streisand too.
Streisand used UFW ( uncomplicated Fw) to wrap te IPTables config which I found quite complicated. 🤷♀️
Algo had some just iptables rules stored using netfilter-persistent package, whihc seemed easier to modify
@_sizeofcat I would have liked to use ipsec. Because previously I was doing a site to site ipsec so all hosts connected via that subnet could get use of the vpn.
Anyway.. re-engineered the solution to use double NAT and wireguard PtP. Setting that up via Algo and OpenWRT was easy https://danrl.com/blog/2017/luci-proto-wireguard/ helped, and adding the new wireguard interface to the WAN zone on the openWRT firewall.
I went with algo eventually - thanks @_sizeofcat , and transitioned over to using wireguard instead of ipsec.
I tried to get the algo ipsec implementation working against openWRT 18.06.2 https://openwrt.org/releases/18.06/notes-18.06.2
As far as I could tell the strongswan implementation in OpenWRT has no support of elliptic curves, and the certificates and keys generated by Algo were all ECDSA keys... So I gave up with that.
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