Monthly Archives: July 2011

Asterisk firewall and some useful tips….

So you have just installed asterisk on a linux system, and maybe you have also installed FreePBX to administer it, good for you. Firewalls.. Below i have listed a nice firewall script for use on a fresh centos+Asterisk installation. service … Continue reading

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Keeping your traffic safe in public places with SSH Tunneling…

Using OpenSSH on a Linux/Unix system you can tunnel all of the traffic from your local box to a remote box that you have an account on. For example I tunnel all of my outbound E-mail traffic back to my personal … Continue reading

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Are you a “Hacker”…? If so check out Nottinghack…..

What is a hacker… Contra to popular belief the word “Hacker” does not implicitly mean someone who sits there trying to gain access to a computer system. A “Hacker” is someone that spends vast amounts of time devoted to one particular task or … Continue reading

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DrayTek v3300 LAN High Availability (CARP)…

For the last few years I have been dealing with the Draytek v3300 and wanted to just do a brief write up on the LAN Fail Over abilities of this great device. The Draytek v3300’s High Availabily features enable the … Continue reading

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802.1Q VLAN Tagging in Ubuntu…

To make use of IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging capabilities in Ubuntu you must first install the user mode programs for Virtual LAN support: sudo apt-get install vlan Next the 8021q kernel module must be loaded to enable VLAN support on a kernel level: … Continue reading

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