- This is why apple tells you how to block private relay. https://developer.apple.com/support/prepare-your-network-for… / mask.icloud.com mask-h2.icloud.com
- There are block lists out there that can help but they are unlikely to be perfect. This guy seems to be up to date; https://github.com/oneoffdallas/dohservers
- I’ve historically used IP over DNS tunneling to pull this off.
- TCP IP illustrated Volume 1 (2nd Ed) by Kevin Fall
tc_cake is a relatively recent queue discipline
added to the kernel. You can enable it by loading the
sch_cake kernel model.
You can set it as the default queue discipline by configuring your kernel as such:
sysctl -w net.core.default_qdisc cake
If you have a proper Data USB-C Thunderbolt cable (very specific. not usually the charging cable which comes with ipad/mbp/mba/etc) you can just literally hook up two computers and they can connect IP over Thunderbolt.
Now you can get roughly 10GiB network speeds without crazy hardware. So if you need to do some big transfer or get a faster connection you can simply do that via a Thunderbolt cable.