How to Configure External Access for IPCop?

IPCop The Open source community always provides handy tools for system admins to make their day-to-day operations simple. IPCop is one of such a tool, in fact a Linux distribution that aims to provide easy to manage firewall application. It’s a tasteful firewall built on the Linux netfilter framework, forked from Smoothwall Linux firewall in […]

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Centralizing Logs with Cisco to a Remote Server

Summary Whose interests? Cisco Configuration to export the logs Server setup and visualization of Cisco logs Summary: Today, we will study the interest of centralized logs and especially how to do it for Cisco Systems (router, switch…). You will as well find the procedure from the command line as Cisco to send some or all […]

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File Managers to try in Linux Fedora – Part 2

In the first part we have seen three file managers in Linux Fedora (See Here: http://www.esds.co.in/kb/file-managers-to-try-in-linux-fedora-part-1/). Now, in this part we will see remaining five other options to try. Here, we will be listing the file managers available in Linux Fedora for simple management of file and folders. In the first part of the post, […]

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File Managers to try in Linux Fedora – Part 1

Summary Management of the files and folders in Linux is easy and simple 🙂 and for that we have multiple options to select, i.e. to say file manager. Let’s find out applications that you can install on Fedora to manage the task. Institution One of the operations that are performed frequently by both system administrator […]

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Block Storage and Object Storage: What are they?

Block Storage and Object Storage are two methods of data storage. Let’s see in detail what it is and what services they offer. It is very important to understand what the Block storage and Object storage is as they play a key role when it comes to optimizing the use of Cloud services, particularly in […]

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