Monthly Archives: October 2013

Raspberry Pi – Radius (Part 1)

Version used – 2013-09-25-wheezy-raspbian Having a test radius server is handy when you are trying to troubleshoot an existing radius implementation or you want to get experience with it while studying for a certification exam. The process get started with … Continue reading

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2 Factor Authentication – Google Authenticator

I had used 2 factor authentication on my eBay and PayPal accounts for several years. I had even moved to using a soft token when I got my first iPhone. With the recent rash of system attacks I had been … Continue reading

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VMware – Command line backup of ESXi config

Not being sure how I was going to use my lab while studying for the VCP5-DCV exam, I wanted to have a way to backup the configuration, so that if I exceeded the 60 day eval period, I would have … Continue reading

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