Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: 21h, 50m ago | Ends: 6d, 1h |
We operate a root server in a German computer center (Hetzner online AG). The base-operating system is Debian 7. On top of this, we run Proxmox. The set-up is Proxmox KVM/Bridged with one/29s IPv4 sub-net. A simple IP Tables firewall protects the Proxmox host against access from the outside. A virtual pfSense firewall manages the traffic TO and FROM all virtual machines. The current configuration works for IPv4 as desired. What we now whant to add is IPv6 support for the pfSense firewall as well as the irtual machines. If you get selected, you will at first get all relevant information about the concrete set-up (ip-adresses, subnet IPv4, subnet IPv6, ip-tables firewall, ..) After that, i will request a few minutes of your time, at best on the phone (skype etc.) to talk about an ideal IPv6 set-up. We decide together what will be the best approach and you will then deliver concrete configurations steps etc. which will solve the problem. If necessary, you will assist in case of prob...
Category: Technical Support
Fixed Price: $20 - $80
| Posted: Mar 02, 2015 | Ends: 13d, 5h |
We require the services of an expert in PFSENSE. We will install the PFSENSE and configure the interfaces. There will be two in this case. 1 x LAN and 1 x WAN (ADSL) The following needs to be done: 1. Install squid + configure 2. Install SquidGuard + configure. 3. We will provide a list of websites and categories to be blocked. 4. The server will then need to be rebooted multiple to ensure SquidGuard does not crash and successfully starts up without any errors. 5. Traffic Shaper will then need to be configured. We have a 4MB ADSL line (download speed) and 512K (upload speed). We need all P2P traffic to be throttled to just 2% of the line speed. HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, POP3 traffic must be given priority. * NOTE: This exact configuration has been attempted before, but internet browsing as a whole is VERY slow. Once the Traffic shaper is disabled then internet browsing speeds return to normal. We are missing something in the PFSENSE config. Also, we will need documentation for all proc...
Category: Technical Support
Hourly Rate: Not Sure
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: Feb 22, 2015 | Ends: 4d, 16h |
Do you have Solaris kernel engineering experience? If not, but you have strong Linux or FreeBSD kernel skills, then this job may still apply to you. I am looking for someone who can: 1) Analyze the VirtualBox virtualization environment and the kernel modules it installs into Solaris. 2) Solve a bug we are seeing with pfSense (FreeBSD) VMs with the network stack on occasion. 3) Review the use of the virtio driver with the FreeBSD guest to ensure it is properly optimized with OpenIndiana. 4) Work toward ensuring the VirtualBox environment is as supported on OpenIndiana as it is on Oracle's version of Solaris. All work done on this project will be open source and contributed back to the community. If you do a good job, and are affordable, we can have a longer term engagement to further help the OpenIndiana project. Thank you, Justin
Category: Software Application