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About: Kapitein Vorkbaard

Recent Posts by Kapitein Vorkbaard:

OpenVPN in a pfSense CARP cluster

Written on November 21, 2017 at 14:44, by

If you’ve set up a pfSense CARP cluster for high availability and you’re running OpenVPN on it there are a few tweaks you can make to improve your experience. The issues: OpenVPN client is unable to connect to WAN VIP… …and when it does, no internet connection is available via OpenVPN. You cannot reach the […]

How to set up PfSense High Availability (hardware redundancy)

Written on November 21, 2017 at 06:51, by

What is High Availability in PfSense? High Availability (HA) in PfSense comes down to hardware redundancy, essentially having a hot spare instantly taking over a router that becomes unavailable, aka failover. Instantly in this case being one or two seconds, without firewall states being broken, so your file will just continue downloading and your video […]

Our memory like dust, door Gavin Chait

Written on November 21, 2017 at 06:04, by

Het tweede boek van deze van oorsprong Zuid-Afrikaanse schrijver. Hij herhaalt zijn kunstje uit zijn debuut een beetje: een verhaal over contrasterende samenlevingen waarin griots (verhalenvertellers) folkloristische illustraties bieden bij de gebeurtenissen. Op zichzelf zou ik het verhaal een technothriller noemen: een man bouwt zonnepanelen in de Afrikaanse woestijn en wil de energie exporteren naar […]

Log in to PfSense based on Active Directory group membership

Written on November 10, 2017 at 08:30, by

You can assign an Active Directory group to log in to PfSense’s web interface. This article has a more elaborate discussion of two different methods to achieve an Active Directory link, here I’ll just describe the LDAP one. RADIUS will work as well. On your domain controller – Create a PfSense group and add users […]

Set up OpenVPN on PfSense with user certificates and Active Directory authentication

Written on November 8, 2017 at 06:58, by

This article explains how to set up PfSense as an OpenVPN server which authenticates clients based on the certificate they have and their Active Directory credentials using either RADIUS or LDAP. If you find this article helpful feel free to click some of the ads on this page. It won’t make me rich but it […]