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OpenLDAP + Samba Domain Controller on Debian or Ubuntu

Historically domain controllers (DCs) were Windows servers responding to security authentication requests (logging in, etc.) within the Windows Server domain. Today Samba project goes beyond emulating Windows shares and can be used as Primary Domain Controller in Windows network. To help people who are under… Read More »OpenLDAP + Samba Domain Controller on Debian or Ubuntu

Set Linux Gateway

One can say that it is rather trivial task to set Linux gateway (or in other words to set up/change default gateway in Linux operating system) but I noticed that this question is one of the most popular among linux newbies so I decided to… Read More »Set Linux Gateway

FAQ: How to block/allow packets sent by specific Operating System with iptables?

Question: How can I block traffic coming from specific operating system in Linux? In other words, how can I block traffic from Windows users on my firewall and allows other people? Answer: There is an iptables module named OSF (passive OS Fingerprinting) that was written… Read More »FAQ: How to block/allow packets sent by specific Operating System with iptables?