Services provided for use within DN42
- burble.dn42 (dn42 link)
- dn42.burble.com (public internet link)
This website is built using Hugo and is distributed across burble.dn42 core nodes.
The public internet site is a CloudFlare pages application and the source is published in the burble.dn42 git.
The service portal allows you to configure your burble.dn42 services.
- Setting or changing a burble.dn42 LDAP password
- Changing your shell for the shell services
- Viewing peering information
A public issue log is maintained on the DN42 Registry.
Users are welcome to raise issues or enhancements via the log.
- lg.burble.com (public internet link)
- lg.burble.dn42 (dn42 link)
The burble.dn42 looking glass is based on bird-lg-go with some local customisations. The source code for the looking glass is available on the burble.dn42 git.
The looking glass is hosted on de-fra1 and the public version is behind CloudFlare.
pingable.burble.dn42 is a single IP address that will respond to ping and traceroute requests across the entire network.
This address may be used for automated reachability or latency tests, however please be considerate and configure a reasonable test frequency.
In all cases, do not set the ping frequency to be higher than once a second.
A speed test service is available in a few select locations.
Note that the service is currently available over IPv6 only at this time.
|Paris, France||https://speedtest.fr-par1.burble.dn42||1gbit down / 1gbit up|
|Beauharnois, Canada||https://speedtest.ca-bhs2.burble.dn42||1gbit down / 500mbit up|
Remember this service is provided for your benefit, use responsibly.
- https://grafana.burble.dn42 dn42 link
- https://grafana.burble.com public internet link
A self-hosted instance of Uptime Kuma provides the current status and alerts on many of the burble.dn42 services.
Major nodes are also monitored off-network by UptimeRobot.
Realtime dashboard for anycast / dynamic services
Internally, nodes are measured by netdata which provides a real time view of each node. prometheus is then used to collect and store that data for historical reporting. grafana is used for visualisation.
Syslogs are exported in real time to a central logging node on the internal network.
The burble.dn42 shell service provides shell accounts for dn42 users who
have a burble.dn42 password or SSH auth methods in the registry.
See the Shell Accounts page.
- https://minio.burble.dn42 - Web interface
- s3.burble.dn42 - S3 compatible interface
A min.io instance provides S3 compatible storage space for users
that have registered a burble.dn42 password.
See the S3 Object Storage page for more information and examples.
burble.dn42 provides a local, anycast, authoritative and recursive DNS service.
The DNS Service has it’s own page.
All services support DNS over HTTPs on port 443, and DNS over TLS on port 843.
- https://explorer.burble.com/ (public internet link)
- https://explorer.burble.dn42/ (DN42 link)
dn42regsrv is a REST API for the DN42 registry that provides a bridge between interactive applications and the registry.
As well as the main REST API to the DN42 registry, the server can also generate ROA tables and provides a small web application for exploring registry data.
Route Origin Authorisation (ROA) tables are generated using dn42regsrv and published to the dn42.burble.com website for general use.
The JSON output file can be used with gortr
to implement ROA checks via RPKI.
The Bird files can be used directly with Bird to implement ROA checks as detailed in the DN42 Wiki (Bird1 / Bird2).
The OpenBGPD files can be used directly with OpenBGPD to implement ROA checks as details in the DN42 Wiki OpenBGPD
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_46.json||Both||DN42 ROA data in JSON format|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_bird1_46.conf||Both||DN42 ROA data for use with Bird1|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_bird1_4.conf||IPv4 Only||DN42 ROA data for use with Bird1|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_bird1_6.conf||IPv6 Only||DN42 ROA data for use with Bird1|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_bird2_46.conf||Both||DN42 ROA data for use with Bird2|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_bird2_4.conf||IPv4 Only||DN42 ROA data for use with Bird2|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_bird2_6.conf||IPv6 Only||DN42 ROA data for use with Bird2|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_obgpd_46.conf||Both||DN42 ROA data for use with OpenBGPD|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_obgpd_4.conf||IPv4 Only||DN42 ROA data for use with OpenBGPD|
|https://dn42.burble.com/roa/dn42_roa_obgpd_6.conf||IPv6 Only||DN42 ROA data for use with OpenBGPD|
ROA data is cached via Cloudflare to provide fast local access, and an n8n script is used to update ROA data immediately following registry changes.
- git.burble.dn42 (dn42 link)
- git.burble.com (public internet link)
burble.dn42 related code and configuration is maintained in a local gitea repository.
burble.dn42 runs an asterisk based VOIP service, primarily to support
the Retro42 service.
The VOIP service has a number of public endpoints available for testing:
|[email protected]||Time Announcement|
|[email protected]||Announces your caller ID|
|[email protected]||Echo Service|
|[email protected]||Randomised music|
|[email protected]||Dials Modem 1 directly (currently offline and used for testing)|
|[email protected]||Dials Modem 2 directly|
|[email protected]||Dialup service endpoint - dials both modems|
- paste.burble.dn42 (dn42 link)
- paste.burble.com (public internet link)
burble.dn42 PrivateBin instance.
All servers in burble.dn42 provide a stable, high stratum NTP service using chrony.
The NTP service is exposed over DN42, and users are welcome to use any server in the burble.dn42 network as an NTP time server on either the public or DN42 networks.
Waste your time with this dn42 themed, browser based idle game.
- https://lounge.burble.dn42/ (dn42 link)
- https://lounge.burble.com/ (public internet link)
thelounge is a web based IRC client that is integrated with the LDAP backend.
Log in using your burble.dn42 username/password to lurk on
(set a password using the the burble.dn42 service portal)