The Homelab Show Episode 36 – OpenVPN & Wireguard

Remote access into your homelab is very useful – you can fix and tune your servers from wherever you may be. But which technology should you use to facilitate remote access? There are many possible solutions. In this episode of The Homelab Show, Tom and Jay chat about OpenVPN and Wireguard, two of the most popular technologies for accessing your homelab while on the go.

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The Homelab Show Episode 35 – OpenSSH

In episode 35 of The Homelab Show, Jay and Tom discuss the essentials of OpenSSH. OpenSSH itself is the standard for remote management in Linux, and it’s the most convenient way of managing servers without having to stand in front of the rack. Of course, with great power comes great responsibility, so core security topics surrounding OpenSSH are covered as well.

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Proxmox VE Full Course: Class 15 – Clustering

Setting up a Proxmox VE cluster enables you to benefit from multiple servers to share load between, and also gives you access to live migration. In this video, we’ll create our very own cluster and add two additional Proxmox VE servers.

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Proxmox VE Full Course: Class 12 – The Command-Line Interface

LearnLinuxTV’s Proxmox full course aims to get you up to speed with all the finer points of Proxmox Virtual Environment. In video #12, we take a look at the Command-Line interface. The basics of both the qm and pct commands are covered, so by the end of the video you’ll be able to manage your cluster with or without a user interface.

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The Homelab Show Episode 29: Bastion Server

Setting up a Bastion Server can be a useful method of gaining access to your Homelab from external networks. In addition, it’s also a popular attack target for intruders. In this episode, Tom and Jay discuss what a Bastion Server is, and some recommended adjustments to help make it more secure.

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Thanks to Linode for sponsoring this episode.