For more information about sudo room's systems in general, see Systems Administration
The sudo room network provides internal networking, internet access, wireless service, and some externally accessible devices or services.
Main PoE ethernet switch =
- HP ProCurve 2910al-480-PoE+ switch How to manage / firmware update
- username: manager or operator
- password: Ask juul or someone on the sysadmins list
- MAC address main switch: a0:b3:cc:ac:e7:c0
- MAC address backup switch (not turned on): c0:91:34:c4:12:00
- Port 1 is VLAN 1 untagged, acting as DHCP client, is management VLAN
- Management possible via HTTP (no SSL) or SSH
- Port 1 is for management, untagged no VLAN and requests an IP using DHCP (not plugged into anything right now)
- Port 2 and 3 are for tagged access to VLANs 2 and 3 (public and private)
- Ports 4 to 24 are for untagged access to VLAN 2 (public)
- Ports 25 to 48 are for untagged access to VLAN 3 (private)
Internet access comes from LMI. The modem is connected through VDSL copper next to the Omni main electrical panels.
The modem is up in the rack area near saros (a desktop computer running Debian Stretch) which serves as the primary gateway router.
Our public IP is 126.96.36.199 aka room.sudoroom.org.
- Wifi subnet: 100.64.64.0/22
- 100.64.64.2 to 100.64.64.49: legacy static range
- 100.64.64.50 to 100.64.67.250: DHCP
- Wired subnet: 192.168.0.0/16
- 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.41.254: unused for now
- 192.168.42.2 to 192.168.49.254: self assigned static range
- 192.168.50.1 to 192.168.200.254: DHCP
This list of static IPs may not be complete. Before choosing a static IP, please use ping or nmap to check it first.
By request, we can reserve an IP from the DHCP pool and/or forward ports for you. Please send the MAC address and/or desired ports to email@example.com
|IPv4 Address||IPv6 or MAC Address||Assigned to||Notes||Who set it up?|
|192.168.42.2||fd4f:dc5d:8d1::1||space.local||Former gateway/router. Located in the sudo room server "room".||maxb and somebody|
|100.64.64.11||omnidoor||beaglebone black controlling the door||juul and jake|
|192.168.42.3||No IPv6 address||No host name||Dell PowerConnect 5324 24 port gigabit switch||juul|
|192.168.42.4||No IPv6 address||No host name||Dell PowerConnect 5448 48 port gigabit switch||juul|
|192.168.42.10||nodeconf.local||The sudo mesh node configuration and build server||Primarily juul and maxb|
|100.64.64.88||00:21:b7:80:59:47||ET0021B7805947.local||Lexmark T654dn laser printer||jerkey|
|192.168.42.12||Brother HL-2270DW laser printer (wifi)||yar|
|100.64.64.20||00:21:9b:1d:85:c1||wasp.local||3d printer desktop computer & giant_robot_arm serial host||jake|
|100.64.64.27||C0:3F:D5:6F:25:68||orangenuk.local||orange fanless PC connected to the big TV above skÃ¼lgaard||jake|
|100.64.65.229||c0:8a:de:1d:59:b6||ruckus_wifi_controller firmware upgrade process||daniel|
Wireless Access Points
All of the indoor wifi is being served up by TP-Link N750 routers modified for PoE running OpenWRT and configured as bridges with static IPs.
|SSID||Security||Key||MAC||IP||Channel||Location||Hardware||Who set it up?|
|peoplesopen.net-omniroof||open||n/a||Find Me||100.64.64.4||161 (5ghz)||On flagpole on roof||Ubiquiti NanoBeam||juul|
|peoplesopen.net||open||n/a||Find Me||100.64.64.2||11 (2.4ghz) and 36 (5ghz)||Above entrance to CCL||TP-Link N750||juul|
|peoplesopen.net||open||n/a||Find Me||100.64.64.3||6 (2.4ghz) and 165 (5ghz)||middle of basement||TP-Link N750||juul|
|sudomesh||open||n/a||Find Me||192.168.42.18||11||zip-tied near server rack||Ubiquiti Nanostation M2 Loco||juul|
|Omni Ballroom||open||n/a||Find Me||192.168.42.19||11||Ballroom near stage||Ubiquiti Picostation 2||maxb