In this post we’ll install and configure a Wireguard server, a remote client and use it to access an EC2 instance in a private subnet.
IPv6 is the evolution that everybody know must be done one day but not today. Unike the Millenniun Bug that had a clear deadline, IPv6 adoption is a topic that I often discuss with clients but nobody is really willing to do it, even in a test environment. I studied IPv6 in many Cisco certifications but since they’re focused on the infrastructure side of the network, I plan to do some labs myself in the next months.
My home network is connected to the Internet via radio bridge. The reason is ADSL services were not available a couple of years ago, now it is but since the radio bridge is cheap and works (most of the time) I really don’t care to change. Some time ago I started to notice downtime of the Internet connection, I sent a few emails to the wisp but the answer was always the same: “we don’t see a problem right now”.