Working with CentOS quite a lot I have spent time looking for configurations that work for various issues, one I have seen recently that took me a long time to resolve and had very poor documentation around the net was setting up an L2TP VPN. In Windows or iOS its a nice simple setup where […]Read more CentOS 6/7 IPSec/L2TP VPN client to UniFi USG L2TP Server
Ubiquiti’s provide a Controller version for other distributions of linux but only display debian on their site, but if you’re running CentOS or another Linux distribution, you’ll have to use the generic controller package. The upgrade provess is so simple! (i have also written this script [...]Read more Upgrade your Linux UniFi Controller in minutes!
I have recently had loads of trouble setting up a Ubiquiti UniFi USG remote user VPN, the USG requires a RADIUS server in order to function correctly, the following article covers this setup freeRADIUS Setup Once RADIUS is setup the easy part is configuring the USG through the UniFi controller.Read more Setup Ubiquiti UniFi USG Remote User VPN
I have recently purchased a load of Ubiquiti UniFi equipment, as part of this i have the UniFi USG which in order to deploy a User VPN requires a RADUIS Server for user authentication. This article will run through how to install and set this up.Read more Install FreeRadius on CentOS 7 with DaloRadius for management
As we all move to a digital age, adding more and more personal information to the internet security has become a real issue, in recent years there have been hack attempts on well-known brands, including LastPass, LinkedIn, Twitter and Adobe. This has cast a light on the problems that passwords [...]Read more Two-Factor Authentication: is it worth it, does it really add more security?
This is something that I was unaware of until recently when I was looking into the usage of V-Vols. It appears that VMware have made some major improvements to the ways we handle snapshots and consolidate them in vSphere 6.0 with VVols. Most people who use VMware are aware of limitations with [...]Read more Snapshot changes in vSphere 6.0
This tutorial takes you through setting up Teamspeak 3 on CentOS 7, I will also be going through using a MariaDB database for the backend and a custom system services script. We are using MariaDB as MySQL no longer ships with CentOS and MariaDB is a fork of MySQLRead more Teamspeak 3 on CentOS 7 using MariaDB Database (220.127.116.11)
When deploying a Teamspeak3 server one thing that is vital for the first time startup is to make a note of the privilege key, but what do you do if for some reason you didn’t write it down? In this article I will show you how to retrieve it!Read more Teamspeak 3 – Recovering privilege key after first startup (MySQL/MariaDB Only)
As most of you will now be aware VMware decided to end availability for vCloud Director and shift to only allow service providers to utilise the product.Read more vCloud Director 8.0 for Service Providers