This is my first post in 2018,
Lot of change to my blog, my previous hosting expired on 28 March 2018, so i decided to change my hosting location, and done with the migration at 27 March 2018.
Adding SSL for the site, although i use Cloudflare universal SSL, and today i make landing page for spearcross.net 😀 but for the landing page i host it at netlify.
Yay!! finished my MTCNA and MTCRE certification today, good thing happen in 2017!!
Because my ISP using a dns transparent, some website are blocked, to fix this problem im using a dnscrypt in my computer, but it is annoying, because i have to start dnscrypt and it use more resource on my computer, so i have to find a way to make dnscrypt to run on my router, after searching on google, theres a way to run dnscrypt on my tplink router with opwnrt firmware, and today i’m trying to flash my TP-Link WDR-3600 wireless router to OpenWRT and setup dncsrypt to run on it
Here’s the step i take
- Download the openwrt firmware for wdr 3600 ini here and find openwrt-15.05-ar71xx-generic-tl-wdr3600-v1-squashfs-factory.bin
- Rename it so the filename is not too long
- Login to router and do factory reset
- Go to upgrade firmware, select the file that already downloaded, and then upgrade
- It will take a while, after finish, refresh your network and then login to router using this address http://192.168.1.1
- Dont forget to change the password, in default theres no password
- Done flashing to openwrt
- Let’s install dnscrypt
- Go to System>Software
- Find dnscrypt, if theres no dnscrypt package, update the page first
- After dnscrypt installed Login to the router using ssh
/etc/config/dnscrypt-proxy using vi or other editor
option address '127.0.0.1'
option port '5353'
# option resolver 'cisco'
# option resolvers_list '/usr/share/dnscrypt-proxy/dnscrypt-resolvers.csv'
# option ephemeral_keys '1'
- edit the config as necesary
- Go to System>Startup
- put this code before exit 0
- Using ssh again and edit
option domainneeded 1
option boguspriv 1
option filterwin2k 0
option localise_queries 1
option rebind_protection 1
option rebind_localhost 1
option local '/lan/'
option domain 'lan'
option expandhosts 1
option nonegcache 0
option authoritative 1
option readethers 1
option leasefile '/tmp/dhcp.leases'
# option resolvfile '/tmp/resolv.conf.auto'
option noresolv 1
list server '127.0.0.1#5353'
list server '/pool.ntp.org/188.8.131.52'
- Restart your router or restart the dnsmasq using /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart
- Done and Good Luck!
So today i try to migrate from asp.net core RC2 to RTM, here’s the step i do when migrating
1. Uninstall all Microsoft.NET Core RC2 Runtime, SDK, and Tooling Preview 1
2. Install the new Microsoft.NET Core RTM, SDK, and Tooling Preview 2
3. Change all version in project.json from 1.0.0-rc2-final to 1.0.0
4. Change all version in project.json from 1.0.0-preview1-final to 1.0.0-preview2-final
5. Find global.json in your solution root, and change it from 1.0.0-preview1-002702 to 1.0.0-preview2-003121
6. Done rebuilt the solution!
7. Good Luck!!
Well, today when i want to check my site, i can’t access it, so i contact my hosting provider, and after chatting with them, i found that i didnt check my email for update from them. So basicly the hosting is changing the ip address and i didnt update it. But now all is back online again.
Another first post in 2016, just to inform this news 😀