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How to Power On a Synology NAS Remotely from the Linux Command-Line using WOL (Wake-on-LAN)

WOL – Wake-on-LAN is a feature of the Synology NAS that allows you to turn on your Synology NAS from any computer on the same network as your Synology NAS without needing to press the power button of your Synology NAS. If you want to keep your Synology NAS locked in a cabinet, or on […]

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How to Create a Private NAT Network Interface on Proxmox VE 8

By default, a bridged network is created in a new Proxmox VE installation. The default Proxmox VE bridge network assigns IP addresses to the virtual machines and LXC containers using the DHCP server of the router/switch your Proxmox VE server is connected to. So, all the virtual machines and LXC containers are accessible from your […]

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How to Configure Network Bonding or Teaming on RHEL

This tutorial demonstrates how to configure LACP Bonding on RHEL systems for increased bandwidth and redundancy.
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Kubernetes 1.28 Improves Open-Source Cloud-Native Compute, Networking

The open-source Kubernetes 1.28 is out with its second major update of 2023, introducing a long list of enhancements for operators.
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How Linux Kernel 6.4 Improves Wi-Fi 7 and IPv6 Networking

Linux kernel 6.4 is making some big networking strides that end users, enterprises, and service providers will benefit from.
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Dent Brings Open-Source Innovation to Networking Infrastructure

The Dent network operating system is adding capabilities that will help to make edge and enterprise deployments more efficient.
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Big Changes Coming to Kubernetes Cloud-Native Networking

Kubernetes is on the cusp of a series of new developments that will change the way networking works in cloud-native deployments.
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Slice and Save Costs with Open Packet Broker

Enterprise data centers continuously monitor network traffic to improve performance, provide better customer experience, and identify threats. All these appliances or tools require only a portion of the network payload to meet the monitoring requirements. Modern Network Packet brokers use “Packet truncation” technique to optimize the processing of network traffic which involves the removal of […]

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How to skip ChatGPT from WireGuard or OpenVPN on Linux

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ChatGPT (short for Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer) is a chatbot by OpenAI. It provides answers to your queries using learning techniques based on AI/ML. Unfortunately, ChatGPT deny…

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Increasing 5G Quality of Experience (QoE) Using SONiC and Open Packet Broker

5G has revolutionized the use of data services for mobile users worldwide, providing high data rate / high capacity, low latency, and massive connectivity. These characteristics of 5G have forced mobile carriers to increase their focus on ways to improve network service and their customer’s Quality of Experience (QoE). This requires sophisticated network monitoring to […]

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21 Basic Linux Networking Commands You Should Know

A list of basic Linux networking commands that will help you troubleshoot network issues, monitor packets, connect devices, and much more.

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Linux Kernel 5.19 Includes Major Networking Improvements

The Linux kernel 5.19 release includes changes to networking, CPU architecture, Arm support, graphics, and storage. Learn more here.
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A cautionary tale about locking Linux & FreeBSD user accounts

Like every other solo developer and sysadmin, I do stuff using ssh. Some stuff is automated using scripts, and others require ssh login. For example, one of my scripts logs into my Linux and FreeBSD server using public ssh keys and does a particular t…

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Configure Collectd as a Central Monitoring Server for Clients

This tutorial shows you how to configure the networking plugin for Collectd daemon as a central monitoring server for clients. Learn more here.
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Create Multiple IP Addresses to One Single Network Interface

The concept of creating or configuring multiple IP addresses on a single network interface is called IP aliasing. IP aliasing is very useful for setting up multiple virtual sites on Apache, using one single network interface with different IP addresses on a single subnet network. Learn how to create multiple IP addresses to a single […]

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How to Change Hostname in Linux

A hostname, also called a computer name, is a label assigned to a host on a network that distinguishes one device from another on a specific network. Although the system sets the hostname during the installation process, you can change the hostname at …

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How to Install Icinga 2 Monitoring Software on Debian 11

Icinga2 is a free, open-source, and one of the most popular network monitoring tools. In this article, I will show you how to install the Icinga2 monitoring server on Debian 11.
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22 Linux Networking Commands for Sysadmins

A system administrator’s routine tasks include configuring, maintaining, troubleshooting, and managing servers and networks within data centers. There are numerous tools and utilities designed for network management in Linux. Learn these 20 networking …

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Learn the Networking Basics Every Sysadmin Needs to Know

Networking is one of a sysadmin’s most important duties, so make sure you have the essentials covered.
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Clusterssh – Administer multiple ssh or rsh shells simultaneously

Sponsored Link The command opens an administration console and an xterm to all specified hosts. Any text typed into the administration console is replicated to all windows. All windows may also be typed into directly. This tool is intended for (but not limited to) cluster administration where the same configuration or commands must be run […]

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