- home assistant
- Let's Encrypt
Tag Archives: VPN
I noticed that there were plenty of ads showing on my phone this morning, so I immediately started thinking that either the Pi-Hole Pi had an issue, or Pi-Hole itself was acting up.
While reading the news, I saw that Pi-Hole is moving away from ad-block style filtering to straight up domain blocking.… Read the rest
This is something I’ve been using for awhile now, thought i would show you the entire process, This is a tutorial for setting up a raspberry pi vpn router.
Set this up late last night.… Read the rest
Oh, brother, has this been a mess. I’ve certainly relearned a great deal about Linux partitions and boot sectors and a bunch of other stuff that I used to know cold, but this process has beaten me.
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.
So, since my last post, we have moved houses. States even. We are now in Greenville, RI, which has made my commute very interesting. I had to buy a car, in fact, just to get to the train. More on that later.… Read the rest
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
Mobile the Laptop, connected via my iPhone’s hotspot to the OpenVPN server running on the OpenWRT router!
I can see devices on the network, but only the wireless one. I am wondering if this is a firewall issue or something. In any event, it should be easy to fix.… Read the rest
Well, that was quick.
I was able to make a connection from remote back to the Gargoyle router via the OpenVPN tunnel. But, I was unable to see anything on the LAN. Sure, this was not one of the objectives when I started this journey, but after seeing that option in action in SoftEther, I now want it…because it is wicked cool.… Read the rest