In this post I will be taking a look at what is and is not working in my current network setup. Some of this will simply be thoughts about reconfiguration. Other items are actual problems that need to be addressed.
Just a reminder that I am not yet on site, so this will be mostly speculative in nature. Once I have a chance to actually inspect and review the network, I will be in a better position to plan the project and move forward. (more…)
Having looked at the original network setup in the last post, lets turn our attention to what is currently in place. The current setup is somewhat more complex than the earlier version and addresses some of the original issues. (more…)
In the last post we created a RAID 5 array from the command line. In this post we are going to do the same thing using the Cockpit GUI for our virtual Debian 12 Server. Because of the number of pictures I was using, I decided to do a video instead of the standard text write up.
This is where things start to congeal. In this post we will set up network file shares on our server Virtual Machine (VM). Our goal is one share accessible by all users on its own drive. In addition each user should be able to access their own home directory. (more…)
Some days ago I decided to try out a couple of Network Attached Storage (NAS) applications in VirtualBox before deciding which one I would like to deploy on the network. And I came to a startling conclusion. I don’t really need NAS! (more…)Next Page »