Because I didn’t want to do this the easy way, apparently and I went through:
* Cisco E1200 (no ipv6 support)
* dlink 615 - broken ipv6 support or dd-wrt ‘no useful ipv6 support’
* netgear-disaster thing (no working ipv6)
I happened to have a raspberry-pi around + tp-link usb->wifi dongle…
Props to some extent should go to: http://www.ipcalypse.ca/?p=204
Oh! and props to adafruit industries as well! (http://learn.adafruit.com/setting-up-a-raspberry-pi-as-a-wifi-access-point/overview)
I didn’t want to pay, so.... go-read clone at rarcreader_appsport.com.
Take the LSI firmware crapola from (LSI Firmware Download (9650SE)) and make a bootable USB stick.
There are a few sets of links I’ll hold here until I can review them later.
For a r4xx version Dell server with an iDrac6 Express controller installed.
o configure the ip interface
o configure the admin user
o test a serial console connection
I have no idea why, but postfix + ubuntu + sasl (cyrus-type) are stupidly unhappy… and honestly I’m tired it it.
There are two parts to the serial-console-game:
1) vm base config (guest hardware config)
2) vm software config
Shortened steps that work, creating a KVM instance on an Ubuntu Lucid host server.