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 that makes it even quicker)
I previously explained how to install your own UniFi Controller on CentOS in this article. Once you have it up and running, it’s even easier to upgrade to a newer version. The process takes less than 3 minutes with these steps.
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.
This is a short simple guide to assist users with installing the Ubiquiti UniFi Controller required for all UniFi devices on a CentOS 7 Server.
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 MySQL
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 tutorial I will have SSH to my Mikrotik (you can use a winbox terminal), I have chosen not to use WinBox for the configuration as its easier to deploy this way.
I recently required a syslog server that was easy to use with a web interface to monitor some customers firewalls. I had been looking at Splunk but due to the price of this product it was not a viable option for what I required.
After a little searching I came across Graylog2 which is an open source alternative to Splunk and is totally free! You only need to pay if you would like support from them.
About NFS (Network File System) Mounts
NFS mounts allow sharing a directory between several servers. This has the advantage of saving disk space, as the directory is only kept on one server, and others can connect to it over the network. When setting up mounts, NFS is most effective for permanent fixtures that should always be accessible. Continue Reading
NOTE: As of Version 220.127.116.11 this tutorial is no longer applicable. I will soon re-write this to accommodate the latest version.
By default Teamspeak 3 uses a SQLite database, most people tend to use this however for those of us that prefer MySQL there is a way to change it.
Follow this small tutorial to create a Teamspeak 3 Server on CentOS 6.x using a MySQL Database!