Category: Network

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OpenVPN with Docker Containers

Docker is becoming more and more commonplace with custom instance. I recently found myself needing a IDS node container for internal use that would automatically connect to a centralized logging server. The difference from other containers, was the need for an automatically active OpenVPN connection that would start with the instance. At first glance this …


Postfix Too Many Hops with Spamassassin

I’ve noticed a lot of people have had an issue with the Postfix “Too Many Hops” error. I ran into the same issue, with my Postfix Spamassassin setup. Postfix is a beast, and tweaking is often needed to keep it working smooth.


Mysql Backup and Restore

After getting MySQL up and running, you may want to start backing it up. I’ll briefly talk about backing up and restoring your MySQL databases.


IPv6 on Cisco Routers

Back in 2003, aside from messing with wireless networks, I starting really working with IPv6 in its full form (Watch for NS in the IPv6 server list here soon). At the same time, I was studying for my CCNA, and decided that every piece of hardware in my house needed to be running IPv6. In …


Azureus CLI: The Dark Side of Azureus

While torrent sharing grows more and more each day, it has started to become a great way to host large archives without sacrificing your bandwidth. Such a case is a remote server, that has a limit on the bandwidth, but you don’t want to cripple your user base because of it. So, how do you …


TrustedBSD – MAC BIBA Policy

For our 3rd part of the tutorial, we are going to cover one of the MAC BIBA policy. This policy controls the upward flow of information. In other words, we can restrict access based on a user or process. We will look at how to add our policy, and how to alter it to our …