This document describes some possibilities for connecting to dn42 using an Ubiquiti EdgeRouter:
- IPv4/IPv6 tunnel via:
- OpenVPN - support built into EdgeOS already - covered below
- IPsec/IKEv2 - support built into EdgeOS already - not covered here
- QuickTun - see vyatta-quicktun package - not covered here
- Route exchange using BGP
- DNS resolution for the .dn42 TLD
- Create the required objects in the Registry - see Getting Started
- Find a peer - ask nicely in IRC!
- Get the following details:
- Tunnel configuration (OpenVPN, IPsec, QuickTun)
- AS numbers
Using the below as examples:
Own ASN: AS111111 Own IPv4 Space: 172.AA.AA.64/27 Own IPv6 Space: fdBB:BBBB:CCCC::/48 Own IPv4 If-Address: 172.AA.AA.65 Own IPv6 If-Address: fdBB:BBBB:CCCC::1 Peer OpenVPN Remote Address: 172.X.X.X //that's the peers OpenVPN IF IP Peer OpenVPN Remote Host: X.X.X.Y //that's the peers clearnet IP Peer OpenVPN IP for you: fdAA::BBB/64 Peer OpenVPN IP: fdAA::CC Peer OpenVPN Port: 1194 Peer OpenVPN encryption: aes256 Peer ASN: AS222222 Peer BGP Neighbour IPv4: Z.Z.Z.Z Peer BGP Neighbour IPv6: fdAA::CC
Copy the VPN key to
sudo cat > /config/auth/SomeSharedKey.key
Paste the key in the terminal window, hit return once and kill
cat with CTRL+C. Then type
Create the OpenVPN virtual interface, i.e. using
configure set interfaces openvpn vtun0 set interfaces openvpn vtun0 mode site-to-site set interfaces openvpn vtun0 local-port 1194 set interfaces openvpn vtun0 remote-port 1194 set interfaces openvpn vtun0 local-address 172.AA.AA.65 set interfaces openvpn vtun0 remote-address 172.X.X.X set interfaces openvpn vtun0 remote-host X.X.X.Y set interfaces openvpn vtun0 shared-secret-key-file /config/auth/SomeSharedKey.key set interfaces openvpn vtun0 encryption aes256 set interfaces openvpn vtun0 openvpn-option "--comp-lzo" //if your peer support compression commit save exit
The OpenVPN tunnel should now be up and running.
Check it with:
show interfaces openvpn show interfaces openvpn detail show openvpn status site-to-site
You need to open the firewall to local for the tunnel Interface on port 179/tcp
When entering AS numbers, do not include the "AS" prefix, i.e. enter AS111111 as just 111111.
Build the BGP session with your peer:
configure set protocols bgp 111111 neighbor Z.Z.Z.Z remote-as 222222 set protocols bgp 111111 neighbor Z.Z.Z.Z soft-reconfiguration inbound set protocols bgp 111111 neighbor Z.Z.Z.Z update-source 172.AA.AA.65 commit save
Check that the BGP session has come up:
show ip bgp summary
so bgp can announce the route
set protocols static route 172.AA.AA.64/27 blackhole commit save
set protocols bgp 111111 network 172.A.A.64/27 commit save exit
You should now be able to see networks being advertised to your peer:
show ip bgp neighbors Z.Z.Z.Z advertised-routes
Try to ping
172.23.0.53 (anycast DNS resolver). If you get a response then you are good to continue.
Add the DNS forwarder:
configure set service dns forwarding options server=/23.172.in-addr.arpa/172.23.0.53 set service dns forwarding options server=/22.172.in-addr.arpa/172.23.0.53 set service dns forwarding options server=/dn42/172.23.0.53 commit save exit
set service nat rule 5013 outbound-interface vtun0 set service nat rule 5013 type masquerade set service nat rule 5013 description "Masquerade for dn42"
You should now be able to access .dn42 domains.