Monthly Archives: June 2013
Recently I was investigating some high bandwidth use on our links and was using NTOP in pfSense. Not having used it for some time, I had a quick look for some guidance. I came across these: http://www.ntop.org/support/documentation/ http://techowto.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/ntop-guide.pdf I discovered the ntop-guide.pdf on this blog by Mukom: http://techxcellence.net/ Thanks for sharing Mukom.
I have been using pfSense in a number of offices primarily since the 2 release. In most cases, I have the squid 2 package running a transparent proxy to try and reduce internet traffic. Recently, I discovered that squid was no longer caching LAN traffic. Everything seemed to check out ok – service, version, configuration […]
I came across this recently. It appears focused on protecting the desktop rather than the server which wasn’t what I was looking for at the time. However, from a personal perspective, I was quite intrigued by the option of backing up to another persons internet connected pc etc. Even better, this option is free. Occasionally, I have […]
Just came across this fantastic diagram created by Michel de Rooij and published on his EighTwOne blog: http://eightwone.com/2011/04/05/exchange-2010-sp1-network-ports-diagram-v03/