[Systems] FSF IPv4 range allocated to Sugar Labs
bernie at codewiz.org
Wed Nov 4 18:07:47 EST 2009
today my FSF colleague Ward asked if they could reduce the number of IPs
allocated for us down to 30 (was 51). When we run out of IPs, we can
probably ask for some more.
Our new IP range for VMs is therefore 126.96.36.199-129
To reduce the need for coordination, Dogi and I agreed to allocate IPs
from this pool from opposite extremes: I go from 100 up to 129, and Dogi
will from 129 down to 100.
Due to the pool reduction, we have a bunch of machines which are now
running outside the new assigned range:
Dogi, could we move these to .128 and .126 please? Sorry for the
The current allocation is:
treehouse A 188.8.131.52 ; EXTREF treehouse.olpcorps.net.
treehouse AAAA 2002:8cba:4664::1 ; 6to4
treehouse-mng A 184.108.40.206 ; bernie, dogi
esuoheert CNAME treehouse-mng ; For dogi to remember ;-)
trixbox A 220.127.116.11 ; bernie
template-jaunty A 18.104.22.168 ; bernie
template-jaunty AAAA 2002:8cba:466a::1 ; bernie
beamrider A 22.214.171.124 ; bernie
beamrider AAAA 2002:8cba:466e::1 ; bernie
Both Dogi and I are reserving even IPv4 addrs to VMs and odd IPv4 are
for management interfaces or secondary IPs. If we start running short
of IPs, we'll start using the odd IPs too.
All this information is currently only written down as comments zone
file in the sugarlabs.org. When I'll get around to install our master
nameserver, we'll have all our procedures properly documented in the
// Bernie Innocenti - http://codewiz.org/
\X/ Sugar Labs - http://sugarlabs.org/
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