Monthly Archives: July 2020

Setting up Pi-hole DNS

At home I attempt to maintain two networks — a reliable home network with WiFi and internet access and a separate home lab where services may not be as reliable. These networks overlap at times (for example, the home lab … Continue reading

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Creating a Two Factor Authentication Server

This post will cover building a two factor authentication provider using RADIUS and Google Authenticator. This is an update to a post from over three years ago. The basic configuration is roughly the same, there are just a few minor … Continue reading

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Lab Updates: Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS Template

Earlier this year I posted a thread on creating an Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS Template for use in a lab. You can check that out here: https://enterpriseadmins.org/blog/virtualization/lab-updates-ubuntu-18-04-template/ In late April of this year (2020) Canonical released a new Ubuntu 20.04 … Continue reading

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