Tag Archives: CentOS

CentOS 4: to be “End of Life”

This one is more of a reminder, or for those that may not have heard. CentOS 4.x will officially be “end of life” on Feb 29th. So, What does this mean?       CentOS tends to follow the RHEL … Continue reading

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Studying for the RHCE? Check out CentOS!

So, has anyone here self-studied for the RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer)? Need longer than the 30 day trial of RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) to hit the books? Take a look at CentOS!     CentOS is quickly becoming … Continue reading

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Stress testing asterisk… with SIPP….

Introduction This guide will talk about how to stress test an asterisk installation, IE generate calls with in asterisk so you can see at what point your system will start to give bad audio out to a caller. First things … Continue reading

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Simple way to protect asterisk from being hacked… FAIL2BAN…..

Introduction This guide will detail how to install fail2ban on a centos 32bit system with asterisk installed. It is intended to allow you to add an extra level of protection from your asterisk PBX from being hacked. Fail2ban will guard … Continue reading

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DHCP Relaying over IPSEC with a back end Centos 5.5 server…

Introduction This post is going to be a high level over view of having multiple sites all connecting back to a central office or hosted server in a data center using IPSEC VPN. Before starting make sure you have a … Continue reading

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