Bringing up 802.11ac on FreeBSD

Adrian Chadd, known for his WiFi and FreeBSD work, writes about his latest updates on bringing 802.11ac to the FreeBSD operating system. Read his full story a the link provided. I’ve been chipping away at bringing up 802.11ac on FreeBSD. I’ve been meaning...
[How-To] Applied FreeBSD: Basic iSCSI

[How-To] Applied FreeBSD: Basic iSCSI

This tutorial by user SpaceGhostEngineer shows us how to set up an iSCSI connection between two FreeBSD servers. The article then shows you how to use Windows Server to verify that the iSCSI target and initiator works. Follow the link below for the full set of...
[How-To] IPv6 on FreeBSD/EC2

[How-To] IPv6 on FreeBSD/EC2

In this tutorial, FreeBSD Security Officer Colin Percival shows us how to set up IPv6 on FreeBSD/EC2 and provides some tips to help simplify the process. Visit the link below to read his full blog. A few hours ago Amazon announced that they had rolled out IPv6 support...
[How-To] SmokePing on FreeBSD 11

[How-To] SmokePing on FreeBSD 11

User Vinícius Zavam (DigitalOcean) shows us how to set up SmokePing, a network latency tracking tool with a graph explorer and useful latency measurement plugins, on FreeBSD 11.  Head on over to the link below for the full set of instructions. Introduction SmokePing...
[How-To] Install and configure Nagios in FreeBSD

[How-To] Install and configure Nagios in FreeBSD

This tutorial by Linux Help shows us how to install Nagios, an open source system/network monitoring tool, on FreeBSD. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions, or watch the video tutorial below: To install and configure Nagios on FreeBSD Nagios is an...
[How-To] Install OpenNTPd on FreeBSD 10.2

[How-To] Install OpenNTPd on FreeBSD 10.2

User Vinícius Zavam of DigitalOcean shows us how to get OpenNTPd setup on FreeBSD 10.2. OpenNTPd is an open source alternative implementation of the Nework Time Protocol. See the link below for the full instructions. Introduction NTP, the Network Time Protocol, is a...
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