Maybe you have decided to have your own server and already you are owner of any model as HP Microserver Gen8. Surely there are many more to be done, but these… Read more
In June 2018 Microsoft released Cumulative Update 21 (build 15.00.1395.004) which is the last planned quarterly update for Exchange 2013 (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/rmilne/2018/06/19/exchange-2013-cu21-released/)
I was not sure about updating my Exchange 2013 directly from CU12 to CU21. It is supposed to be supported by Microsoft. Maybe I could install an intermediate CU before but, anyway, I decided to move on.… Read more
In this second post of the “Home Server” series I show you a list of the hardware I have used. Not all of them are mandatory, but depending on the performance you want to achieve it is interesting to use all of the recommended.
HP Microserver Gen8
The main protagonist of the project. These servers stand out because they offer … Read more
I needed to install .NET 4.7.1 to allow updating Exchange 2013 to CU 21.
This is the installer I downloaded and tried to install: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=56116
To install .NET Framework 4.7.1 download the msu package from the following link:… Read more
F5 BIGIP is a very powerful and versatile product that can be used for several purposed. I started using it as a load balancer. Then I used it to replace the previous SSL VPN portal (and it works perfectly).
Some time ago I decided to start using it as reverse proxy (it was time for my old Microsoft TMG to … Read more
I enjoy doing my own projects, mostly technological motivated by my passion for my profession, and the one I really wanted to do (I began it ending last year 2017) is my own home server.
With this one, I begin the first of many posts relative to the installation / configuration of a home server with the following ideas and … Read more
“Database Revision Control” is a really useful feature when you are going to make important and/or many changes in the firewall policy, objects…
To make an analogy, DRC are like snapshots (as in the case of VMWare of a virtual machine) of the policies, objects, etc … everything that contains the database of the management server of Checkpoint is backed … Read more
In the previous post I explained what is the difference between Icinga active and passive checks, why can be interesting to use passive checks, what is the result format Icinga is expecting when processing those checks and the way I use to send those results (instead of using snmp traps).
Now it is time to show how to configure it … Read more
As I posted long time ago for Nagios (Nagios – Using passive checks without agent), it is time to show an easy way to configure Icinga to perform passive checks (without using SNMP traps).
This is the first of two posts. In this I only want to make some theoretical explanations and then in the second I will … Read more
This time a simple as well as important post. Have you tried to run a scheduled task every minute?
When editing the trigger of a task schedule, there is a section in which the “Repeat task every” parameter can be set, and you have probably noticed that by default only the values “5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 … Read more