Tag Archives: SoftEther
It has been a long while since I wrote about VPN servers. This is because of the change of job, and then working from home for over a year because of COVID-19. But I have kept playing with the technology over the years.… Read the rest
This article is part 3 in a series dedicated to the DNS Management, specifically DNS Record Types Explained. We will list the commonly used record types.
I fired up a web server on a Pi tonight.… Read the rest
I finally bit the bullet and migrated the SoftEther VPN server to the Raspberry Pi. The holdup was the public hostname that the remote client looks for. This hostname seems to be one of the reasons that this solution works for my particular case at all.… Read the rest
So, SoftEther VPN has been cranking along nicely for me for months now. I really love it. It stays out of the way and does exactly what it is supposed to do.
Before I left work yesterday, I started the process to nuke the hard drive in my AT&T laptop.
With the holiday looming, I wanted to get it in the mail back to my soon to be former boss ASAP.
This also left me with finally landing my personal laptop on my desk for reals.… Read the rest
So, like most times I post to the Internet that I am having an issue with something, the answer becomes immediately available.
This time, I said that OpenVPN seemed to be Linux-only.
Well, it turns out that this is not so much the case.… Read the rest
I am writing at work on my laptop which is connected via WiFi to the guest network.
This guest network dumps you straight out to the Internet, but subjects you to internal proxy rules.
No Social Web anything. And, quite honestly, screw these guys and their data collections.… Read the rest
So, long story short, I will no longer be an AT&T employee as of Dec 31. On Jan 1, I begin the next chapter in my career, working for a small company based out of North Carolina. They usually are a contractor shop, but due to the nature of the support required by my client, my whole team has been on-boarded.… Read the rest