Posts Tagged ‘multicast’

I wrote a few days ago about my first failed attempt to do this. After some perseverance, and with some lessons learned along the way I’m pleased to say that I now have it working. Given that VXLAN (at least in the Linux kernel implementation) needs multicast I’m still not sure that this is a […]

This seemed like a good idea, as VXLAN has been in the Linux kernel since 3.7. TL;DR – this doesn’t work as I’d hoped. The two major issues being: VXLAN needs a multicast enabled network, which rules out most public clouds. Instability – I’ve managed to provoke multiple kernel panics on stock Ubuntu 14.04. Background […]

My New Job


I’ve started a new job as CTO for CohesiveFT. It’s a great company with a great team and some great products and services. As I’ve known many of the people since before the company was founded this post could be subtitled ‘a brief history of CohesiveFT’. The people and pre-history Alexis Richardson was the instigator. […]