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Nisi Polarizer Image Comparison

I recently purchased the Nisi V6 filter holder system with Landscape CPL (Circular Polarizer) filter. I’ve included the following image comparison using shots taken through the glass side panel of my current PC build. The …


Homelab: Raspberry Pi and Pi-hole

I very much enjoy my homelab projects, from VMware ESXi, Synology, FreeNAS, pfSense, MikroTik, Ubiquiti/Unifi, they all have played an important role in developing my skills in various facets of IT – networking, security, virtualization, …


MikroTik: Setup Guest (VLAN) WiFi

It is a common security practice to setup a wireless guest network on a separate VLAN. This allows for complete isolation of traffic between your private and guest networks. This guide will only be covering …


Raspberry Pi: Pi-hole Setup and Configuration

Pi-hole’s primary role within a private network (e.g. home network) is to act as a DNS sinkhole/DNS Blackhole for domain names. Pi-hole is used to block ads, trackers/telemetry, and malicious domains – just about anything …


Raspberry Pi: Setup and Configuration

I’m a big advocate for the Raspberry Pi. There are numerous projects and applications that make this single-board computer a great value and worth your while should you find an application that can meet your …


MikroTik: Setup A Client-to-Site SSTP VPN (Part 2)

Now that we’ve completed the first part of this guide, MikroTik: Setup A Client-to-Site SSTP VPN (Part 1), we’ll be moving forward with the client-side setup & configuration for ClientX. I’ve chosen to utilize Microsoft’s …


MikroTik: Setup A Client-to-Site SSTP VPN (Part 1)

Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) is a proprietary security protocol¬†developed by Microsoft. SSTP operates in situations where most VPN connections would be blocked. SSTP uses port 443 – the same port used by Secure Socket …


MikroTik Script: Reset Script Run Count

Currently, at the time of this writing, RouterOS has no way of resetting a script’s run count. Though I don’t have an application for this script at the moment, I thought I’d go ahead and …

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