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Improve your BufferBloat with Traffic Shaping in Opnsense with IPv6

In this guide I will show you how to setup traffic shaping with fq_codel. I did this on my own Opnsense firewall, which is running on a Vodafone Cable connection with 1 Gbit/s. With traffic shaping I could improve my BufferBloat Rating from D to A. I basically followed this guide, but it seems like IPv6 and dynamic prefixes where not that important in 2018. So I created this guide to show you how to archive this with dynamic prefixes and IPv6.

How to host a static website on Backblaze B2 with Cloudflare Workers

These days to host static website you do not need a webspace or vps. If you stay below 100k reguests per 24h and don’t use more than 10GB storage your website would even be free. Only if you use more than that it costs you something, but remains within a manageable range. Why Backblaze B2 Backblaze B2 is a cheap alternative to AWS S3. For only 0.005 USD per GB Storage and 0.

Teamspeak autostart and restart

Here I explain how you can start your Teamspeak server automatically with the help of a Systemd service file. So the server stays online even if it crashes. To do this, create a service file under /lib/systemd/system/teamspeak.service like this 1 cat > /lib/systemd/system/teamspeak.service Afterwards simply adapt the Config below and copy it into the terminal, finish with CRTL+D. Now you can reload systemd and start the server. This is done with:

Update Teamspeak Server automatically

In this tutorial I will briefly explain how to update a Teamspeak server automatically. Automatic means in this context that you only have to enter your desired (new) version and the script does the rest by itself. What this script can’t do is automatically check if a new version is available. To upgrade your Teamspeak server automatically I have written this short script. You just have to adjust the variables TSPATH and TSBACKUP to your setup.