As an example, I will use D-Link DAP-1155 with firmware 1.0.0.Continue reading “D-Link DAP-1155 Firmware Update”
It was once necessary to divide the MikroTik RB2011iLS-IN into two separate routers in order to connect two users, while the uplink was one with two different IPs.
I solved this problem by throwing two VLANs to MikroTik, in each I assigned IP and configured two masquerades, and divided the ports with two bridges.
Once upon a time after installing Nextcloud on Ubuntu Server, I noticed an error:Continue reading “Solving the “Uncaught Doctrine\DBAL\DBALException: Failed to connect to the database” error in Nextcloud”
Once, to store nextcloud data, I created a raid and mounted it in a separate directory.Continue reading “Nextcloud. Migrating the DATA directory”
In this article I will give an example of setting up constant forwarding http requests to https.Continue reading “Redirect HTTP to HTTPS in Nginx”
I will give an example of setting up logs on the BDCOM GP3600 series.Continue reading “Logging on BDCOM GP3600”
I decided to add to Zabbix a check of the number of Combined channels of network interfaces, since when loading the server there could be different situations when my scripts changing their number were not always executed or were executed, but the value was reset during the system startup.Continue reading “Monitoring Combined Network Interface Channels in Zabbix”
For an example of a completed installation of WordPress with Nginx in the operating system Ubuntu Server 18.04.Continue reading “Installing WordPress and Nginx”
In this article, I’ll give an example of setting time and setting NTP to automatically synchronize time on Cisco switches.Continue reading “How to configure time (NTP) on Cisco”
I will give an example of the distribution of interrupt network interfaces on the processor cores.
For example, I’ll take a server with accel-ppp, 6Gb/s traffic, 500K + pps, nat with ipoe and 6000 dchp clients.
Also, be sure to disable hyper-threading in the BIOS, since load balancing on virtual cores can greatly increase the load on some physical cores.