After using the free Primer theme by GoDaddy for a long time on this blog, I've decided to switch it up. I was browsing through other technology-gaming-pentesting related blogs and saw that most use darker themes, and are usually pretty clean. I wanted to strike with something darker, good layout, and fairly flexible.
As you may be able to tell I'm a big fan of IPAM. My initial impression was this software is fantastic and free, it's fully lived up to my expectations. I've got a fair amount of networking going on in my servers, linking them together then back to home for easy access. The ability
I've had a lot of people ask me why I colocate my servers, and this post will explain the reason behind that! Bandwidth Where I live currently, we have stable but slow bandwidth, and there isn't very good upload speed. I like to stream my music off Plex to myself and family - doing that
I've been experimenting with NoMachine since yesterday to see how it holds it. So far it's been a successful test on my local machine, and I can easily connect to remote machines. Pros Latency? What latency! Generally, you don't notice much if any latency when using NoMachine, just like you'd expect from Remote Desktop
Firewalls are designed with the best intentions in mind, but, they come with their faults. As a systems administrator, I have to routinely deal with users evading the firewalls with ssh tunnels. Some are unknowingly doing this, by using an application with embedded malware against company policies that tries to evade detection. Today was
To all my fellow Sysadmins out there, happy sysadmin day! It's been quite a year so far. The technology and landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, the support ticket numbers keep rising, and the root question never changes -- only evolves upon the previous. Remember, keep your important documents in the Recycle Bin
For the longest time, I've been using Spreadsheets to manage my inventory, the servers, and network configurations. I recently switched to using PHPIPAM, and it's been a godsend. Disclaimer: This blog post is a continuous draft, and will be updated as I learn more about PHPIPAM and explore it more in-depth. PHPIPAM lets me