Category Archives: Firewall

  1. Whilst speaking squid – Limit bandwidth for videos:

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    October 30, 2014 by aubreykloppers

    Today I am going to teach you more about squid.conf.

  2. Linux: Back to “SQUID” – How to limit download of large files.

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    October 29, 2014 by aubreykloppers

    Over the last couple of days I have been looking into giving mobile devices (iPhones/SmartPhones/Tablets) access to my network.  Specifically …
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  3. Proxy Servers revisited.

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    September 8, 2014 by aubreykloppers

    I know I have posted a lot of details how to upgrade and install software via a Proxy Server (I …
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  4. Cisco 877: Some pointers.

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    August 19, 2013 by aubreykloppers

    Starting to get my Studio/Environment more up to date/streamlined, I decided to get myself one of these bad-boys.  Some pointers …
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  5. vMware ESXi Change “host memory usage warning”…

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    March 7, 2013 by aubreykloppers

    Our ESXi hosts are running out of memory – oh no they’re not! Scenario: ESXi 4.1 host with 60GB memory, …
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  6. pfSense: Per IP Traffic Shaping.


    February 7, 2013 by aubreykloppers

    Ok guys and girls, this took me a while to figure out, but once in place, it works like a …
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  7. z-Push and zimbrabackend: The Zimbra companion for Mobility.


    October 16, 2012 by aubreykloppers

    from the z-Push webpage: Z-Push Mobile data synchronization is becoming increasingly important for many people, and various standards have arisen …
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  8. The correct way of running tcpdump

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    October 2, 2012 by aubreykloppers

    tcpdump -n ‘host <HOST>’ Where <HOST> is the host you want to check. You can then do a ‘telnet <HOST:80>’ …
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  9. ReCreating “sarg” reports on pfSense

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    June 21, 2012 by aubreykloppers

    remove all the files within: /usr/local/sarg-reports find /var/squid/log -name “access.log*” -exec /usr/local/bin/sarg {} \;  

  10. FreeBSD – Any flavor (pfSense, FreeNAS…) – adding packages behind a proxy.


    March 22, 2012 by aubreykloppers

    All you have to do is: setenv HTTP_PROXY http://<ip&gt;:<port> and then do your: pkg_add -r <pkg>  

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