Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of TheBestPractices
- 08/29/06 23:57:07 (7 years ago)
v6 v7 22 22 * 5: Protect Dropbear. 23 23 * If you're using dropbear, encrypt your password in the config. This is simply so that it is not human readable if someone should read your config file over your shoulder. 24 * Also, you should add your dss and rsa keys to the floppy. This will ensure that the ffw uses the same keys even after reboot. 25 (HERE I WILL HAVE TO WRITE HOW TO DO THIS) 24 * Also, you should add your dss and rsa keys to the floppy. Like this: After your floppy has booted, copy the files "dropbear_dss_host_key" and "dropbear_rsa_host_key" from your live system and save them as "drop_dss.key" and "drop_rsa.key" in the packages folder on the floppy. This will ensure that dropbear uses the same keys even after a reboot. 26 25 27 26 * 6: If you've got an IP phone or using some other sort of VoIP technology, I strongly suggest you set up wondershaper with VoIP support. First of all, your VoIP device will need to have a static IP or static DHCP address. If you don't know how to set a static IP on your VoIP device, you're probably already using ffw as a DHCP server. Just modify the "ethers" file on the floppy with the MAC address from the device and give it an IP within the DHCP range specified in the config. Now modify the config file and set the VoIP ports. These should be supplied from your VoIP service provider. With this set up, your uploads and downloads will not affect your phone calls.