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 spent quite some time trying to get the OpenVPN Server working on the Mikrotik Router with a Linux client, It caused some pain and I didnt want others to go through that. I have therefore written this guide, taking you from certificate creation all the way to VPN connectivity. For this [...]Read more Mikrotik OpenVPN Server with Linux Client
I have recently had a lot of issues with Cisco ASDM on new installs of Windows 7 and upwards. After lots of research and a bit of digging I have found a way to resolve this issue.Read more Cisco ASDM Java Runtime Device Conenction
Here are my notes on upgrading a Catalyst 3560. I plugged in a laptop to the serial console and an ethernet cable into port 1 (technically interface Gigabit Ethernet 0/1). Here is the official Cisco documentation I followed. It’s for the 3550, but the Cisco support engineer said that it’s close [...]Read more Upgrading a Cisco Catalyst 3560 Switch
Hi Guys, I have been setting up a lot of Fortigate’s recently and on my first few had issues with the settings for LDAP i found that it was tricky to remember the correct settings and also typing out the long LDAP Strings can be a bit tricky and cause typo’s. Logon to the fortigate [...]Read more Fortigate and LDAP 4.0 MR3 Patch1
Ok so i had a customer that wanted to block iGoogle but allow google which turns out to be tricky as the only way to tell the difference is by the gadgets and the title bar. i tried to do some research about iGoogle: every sites of iGoogle what I tested has the same title […]Read more Block iGoogle with Fortigate