I do my best at providing a how-to-do style article. This is a “All the gear and no idea” situation, but damn do I love it. As I learn how to do new cool things, I will document them here!
In a previous post I spoke about how imperative it is to keep you WordPress (and for that matter, many other things) as up-to-date as… Read More »Checking your WordPress Server’s Security with WPScan
I primarily focus of Linux – though I recently came across this issue from a friends computer. Thought I might share the fix. It’s a… Read More »Unable to Extend Windows Boot Partition – Blocked by Windows Recovery Partition
Last year I wrote about how to self-host a UniFi controller to manage some of your Ubiquiti gear without having to shell out for their… Read More »How to make the Ubiquiti UniFi Controller use port 443
When you first install InfluxDB, if you head over to the API Tokens tab under “Load Data”, you’ll find an API token called something like… Read More »Whoops! I deleted the InfluxD Operator Token
There comes a point where you begin to run out of time to individually babysit each of your VM’s and LXC’s. Actively and broadly monitoring… Read More »Monitoring Proxmox PVE with Grafana and InfluxDB
If you’re collaboratively managing larger networks, with multiple subnets or VLANs, it’s best to move away from an spreadsheets and onto purpose built IP Address… Read More »Installing NGINX phpIPAM on RHEL, CentOS, or RockyLinux
For a while now, I’ve been using UniFi at home, and have since been impressed with its reliability and capabilities. Though, I have only purchased… Read More »Self-Hosting the Ubiquiti UniFi Controller