Category Archives: Linux

IPCop vs. pfSense

I’ve played around with each of these a pretty good bit. I run IPCop at home and at a customer site, and pfSense I’ve messed with off and on, and have been impressed by it’s performance and features. Despite what … Continue reading

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HOWTO: Create an ISO in linux with DD

During my second install of ESX Server, I decided that I needed speed up the deployment of my Server 2003 virtual machines. The last time I setup ESX Server, which was over a year ago, I simply created an ISO … Continue reading

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Open Enterprise Server 2

This is another product that I’m pretty excited about. For the past couple of years, I’ve been waiting for a suitable replacement for Netware; logically, this would be OES on linux. However, the first version of OES on linux didn’t … Continue reading

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HOWTO: Add Static routes on IPCop, and add to startup

In my opinion, this should have been added to the web interface LONG ago…. but the IPCop folks seem determined to keep it as a SOHO firewall and nothing more….. and the vast majority of SOHO setups only deal with … Continue reading

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