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… or how to enable www-ssl on MikroTik? By default on MikroTik devices only HTTP tcp/80 is enabled. The traffic going through this protocol is not encrypted and shouldn’t be used where authentication happens. RouterOS […]

yum history

On RHEL/CentOS, yum history is not well-known but is a nice way to undo package installs, including dependencies, or updates. Usage is self-explanatory. I provided some examples below: If you really want you can undo […]

Visual Studio Code – Edit Multiple Lines

Visual Studio Code is a free and awesome editor from Microsoft for Mac, Windows and Linux. I recently discovered that you can select multiple lines at the same time. I was missing this coming from […]

L2TP VPN on MikroTik

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There are better documentations with more details on how to create an L2TP VPN via IPsec for Mikrotik, this one is mostly for my own notes. In case you are using the same subnet on […]

Mikrotik – Safe Mode

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Whenever you work on a network device there is a chance that you execute the wrong command and you lose connection. This can be bad, mostly if you are far away from the device or […]

MikroTik DNS Client

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If you are receiving your IP from your ISP through DHCP there is a good change you are also receiving the DNS servers. By default MikroTik is going to propagate them to your LAN. This […]

Netwait on FreeBSD

I’m sure your server is running at least one service which needs network. Once in awhile happens that the server will start all, or at least is trying to start all services but the network […]

DNS Blacklist on WRT

Recently I found a forum entry with a script for blocking ad’s via DNS for WRT (or any other OS using sh and dnsmasq). However it was missing two features: a white list and a […]

Easy SSH On macOS

Using public key authentication for ssh is safer than password. But you should really use a passphrase protected private key. Now you are safe but you still need to type in your passphrase. This isn’t […]