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commit b16b0e849d7886d8d9a70a2281732357dc57d1f8
parent d72f45233d85853b3fefde1748f28cfdede876df
Author: sin <sin@2f30.org>
Date:   Thu Mar 31 19:49:38 +0100

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guides/openbsd-gateway.md | 2+-
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diff --git a/guides/openbsd-gateway.md b/guides/openbsd-gateway.md @@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ To avoid exposing many services to the outside, I typically use ssh tunneling or to access local services behind the gateway. I have a dedicated server hosted in a DC. I use [tinc](http://www.tinc-vpn.org/) in a bridged mode -configuration to make the server appear on my main subnet. This way, I can access the server transparently even on +configuration to make the server appear on my local subnet. This way, I can access the server transparently even on machines on my local network that I cannot install tinc to. For IPv6, I use a [Hurricane Electric](https://tunnelbroker.net/) tunnel. Their service has proven reliable