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How to create a streaming server in FreeBSD

So, you want to stream your games or maybe a webcam but don't like services like youtube or twitch. Or maybe you have...

How to Configure a Recursive DNS Server using BIND

In this article, you will learn how to configure a recursive DNS server using BIND. If you haven't checked our article on how to...

How to Install Dig in Linux with Command Line Examples

What is Dig? Dig (Domain Information Groper) is a command-line utility that performs DNS lookup by querying name servers and displaying the result to you....

How to Install BIND DNS Server from source in FreeBSD

Before we install BIND DNS server, let us try to have a quick overview of the DNS protocol. DNS Overview In order to locate a...

Install NMAP on CentOS 8

Nmap (“Network Mapper”) is an open source tool for network exploration and security auditing. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, although it...

Network Teaming / Configuring Link Aggregation

Network Teaming Network teaming is a method of linking one or more NICs to to a virtual interface. This is in use for failover and...

Managing IPV6 Networking in Centos/RHEL8

IPv6 overview IPV6 is in use as a replacement of ipv4 network. The major problem with IPV4 addresses is exhaustion of addresses. It resolves this...

Network Configuration and Troubleshooting

What is Network? Network is the combination of two or more computers connected together to share their resources each other by means of communication like...

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