If you have one or more servers that need to always be available and ready for action, how do you keep track of uptime? How can you receive alerts to notify you when there’s an issue? In this episode, Tom and Jay discuss some of the tools they use to monitor servers and important metrics.
This time around, Jay and Tom return to the concept of overlay networks, and discuss tailscale and headscale. Combined together, these solutions make it easier to join endpoints while also giving you the ability to self-host the server side of things as well. Definitely a fun weekend project to play around with!
In this episode of The Homelab Show, Jay and Tom discuss troubleshooting. This includes physical troubleshooting, VM troubleshooting, tools, tips and more. This is definitely an episode you won’t want to miss.
In this episode, Jay and Tom discuss Mycroft’s Mimic 3, some new developments around TrueNAS and pfsense, and more!
In episode 48 of The Homelab Show, Jay and Tom discuss some homelab tips and picks that are sure to give you some inspiration for your own homelab. Many topics are discussed, such as ways to organize your devices, using external mounts for app data, and more!
Threat intelligence solutions are often very expensive, and some of these are way too pricey to even be a consideration for homelabs. In this video, Tom and Jay discuss CrowdSec. CrowdSec is a free an easy to install security solution that can enable you to quickly benefit from threat intelligence to help protect your servers.
Fans of The Homelab Show have sent in questions, and Tom and Jay provide some answers and feedback.
Securing your online profiles is also important to homelabbers, as it can offer a strong second factor for authentication. In this episode, Jay and Tom talk about the Yubikey and the various models available.