May BillingsLUG: Enterprise routing & VPN w/ MikroTik

May 16 2013 - 6:00pm
May 16 2013 - 8:00pm

**Please note new meeting time and location this month (see below)**

This month Dan Denson will take the lead showing us many possibilities and great features of the MikroTik line of routers (http://mikrotik.com).

He will use an RB1200 serving as "the Internet"/ISP with one port serving DHCP, one for static IP, and another PPPoE so we can illustrate each connectivity type that is common. Then he will create VPN tunnels with PPTP and SSTP, as well as IPSec transport mode with IPIP and GRE tunnels. For routing, he will show both OSPF dynamic routing as well as plain old static routes.

We hope to also get a chance to look at some of the other many great features of these routers, such as using port-knocking to obscure open ports and running services.

Meeting Thursday, 5/16, at 6 PM.

This month we will meet at American Welding & Gas at 320 North 11th St. Park on 3rd Ave between 11th and 12th St.

http://lannocc.org/blug


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Nice to meet you!

Hi, I enjoyed the presentation, and my first meeting after lurking from afar for so long.

I'd like to help in the direction of getting a hackerspace/MakerSpace/FabLab underway in Billings, so please hook me up to whoever is interested in that.

As an intro, I recently retired from a USG engineering and tech management career. My wife and I make and exhibit kites, and use kites to teach STEM to kids. Past to present, I have built my own TV's and stereos, and reflashed mp3 players, androids, soho routers, etc. I am an impatient backer of FreedomBox, and have been interested in internet privacy and strong encryption for a long time. I have built several unRAID servers and have a lot of ... media.

Cheers, -=d=-
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Skype: Drakester

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