This is a quick guide on building a Raspberry PI 4 Based Kubernetes cluster. For this ill be using 4 Raspberry Pi 4’s. For starters we need to make sure we have our base image setup correctly. I am using Raspbian Lite for my install. Here are the steps i went through. Static IP’s on… Read more Building a Raspberry PI Based Kubernetes Cluster
This is a really quick post about trying to get Unifi and netgear switches to work together. I spent HOURS trying to get a LAG up between these 2 switches. For my network i have an 8 port PoE Unifi switch which connects the 3 Unifi AC Pro’s then a 3 port LACP Bond between… Read more Unifi Switches connecting to Netgear smart-switches
Or, how to annoy the kids by making it easy for their mum to ban them from the Wifi.
This is first post of hopefully many about my “kidnet”. The idea is to limit the kids exposure to the more “adult” side of the internet using BIND.
Splunk isnt on the officially support list of apps that can intergrate with G-Suite SAML, but it can be manually addded. This is the process i went through just last night to intergrate G-suite SAML with Splunk.
There has been a lot of changes in my life including a new awesome job aswell as some family stuff, hence so few updates. But now as i have a few minutes i figured id run down what i have been doing in my homelab and hopefully this will prompt me to update this blog… Read more New year, New Homelab
This website used to use Jekyll as its static site generator. I prefer working with static site generators as it means the website needs very little resources and isnt prone to as many vulnerabilities as other CMS’s. This is how i setup automated deployments of this website using Jenkins.
While i do somewhat trust my ISP, I certainly do not trust my government. There is some traffic going in and out of my network that i’d rather not have tied back to me (Im not talking highly illegal stuff, where anyone or anything gets hurt, think more “downloading linux iso’s” and live streaming uhh… Read more Routing specific traffic over a PIA VPN using PfSense
I have been fiddling with multiple different authentication methods to centralise the authentication across all my devices and services. Im trying to push myself to use FreeIPA more as it seems to be becoming more widley used where using Active Directory isnt suitable. It is also really easy to enable 2FA per user which i… Read more Using FreeIPA to authenticate OpenVPN Users on PfSense
Zen give out documentation for how to setup IPv6 on their own devices but i didnt find any info on setting it up on pfSense. This question also appears on /r/pfsense and /r/homelab/ occasioanlly so i figured write down how i managed to get it all working.