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Linux Networking with Connect2SSH

Connect2SSH is a BASH based script that allows for easier and quicker management of SSH and SSHFS sessions to unlimited hosts. Jeremy O’Connell at CyperWeb Solutions is like many system administrators out there. He rides heard on a lot of servers, Including the EzeeLinux web server. Jeremy transitioned his entire operation over to Ubuntu MATE… Read more »

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More Networking Tricks

I consider the residential gateway overloaded. Your ISP is in the business of selling you the cheapest possible computer component to be a gateway device. Current devices also include a WiFi radio to double as home access point. By setting up a Raspberry Pi as your DHCP server and DNS forwarder, you can remove that… Read more »

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Is DNS What Makes My Internet Slow?

Recently, we saw what happened with the botnet attack on Dyn, but instead, let’s talk about a fine day on a happy Beatrix Potter-like Internet, shall we? We start on your local  network: your DSL modem (or cable box) is your residential gateway. There’s a little hedgehog inside, helping the hamster in your computer fetch… Read more »

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WiFi Without Network Manager Frippery

Back in my day, sonny…there was a time when you could make your networking work without the network manager applet. Not that I’m saying the NetworkManager program is bad, because it actually has been getting better. But the fact of the matter is that I’m a networking guy and a server guy, so I need… Read more »