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Proxying internal websites via OS X Server

Proxying internal websites via OS X Server



After rearranging my network to use an OS X server for my main web server there were a few web based systems that I need to expose to the outside world. The advice on Reverse Proxy with macOS Server (http://stationinthemetro.com/2017/05/02/reverse-proxy-with-macos-server) by Mark Boszko worked for me. Read More...

Real SSL Certificates for OS X Server

Real SSL Certificates for OS X Server



LetsEncrypt (https://letsencrypt.org) has a mission of moving unencrypted Internet traffic to encrypted Internet traffic. They do this through relatively short lived SSL certificates. So an automated process for setting up and maintaining them is vital.

On shifting my web site to OS X server I also adopted LetsEncrypt and its Certbot. Read More...

OS X Server

OS X Server



While configuring OS X server (Sierra) I had to gather together a fair number of additional facts to finish configuration:
  • Port forwarding
  • Disabling default wiki

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IPSec between a FRITZ!Box and a Mikrotik

Due to the death of my FreeBSD router out at the farm a replacement was required. A Mikrotik Router was purchased (because of its compatibility with IPv6) and then the IPSec tunnel adventure began… Read More...

P2V a Linux box into VMWare

This really should be obvious and easy … after all everyone does it … but my Google Fu kept leading me to solutions that relied on having access to old versions of VMWare Converter.

But it really is easy by combining:
  • netcat; and,
  • qemu
P2V is simple.
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