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Hardware Security

Foreshadowing…new toys for the #HomeLab

So, I’ve started a new job back in the IT career field and I couldn’t be happier. I’m able to do things related to my expertise again. One of the challenges in my job has been a community-wide lack of #MFA in our network environments. I won’t discuss which community, because it will start a […]

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Hardware Palo Alto Security

So I Wanted a New Firewall…

If you have ever spent much time working with the Ubiquity UDM Pro, you will find that it is a great device for many things (network controller, video and phone controller, etc.). However, it’s not the best firewall if you are going to do some advanced rulesets or want to have that extra peace of […]

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Introductions

VMHomeLab 1 Year Anniversary!

Ok, so I’m a little late with this posting. I lost track of when my first post was. Turns out 20 December, 2020 was the first-ever posting on my blog! Time really flies and I thought I would take a minute and reflect on what I’ve learned and what’s changed over the past year. THANK […]

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Hardware Networking VMware

HomeLab Upgrades

Well, I’m learning a painful lesson about running a #HomeLab environment 24/7: Electricity is Expensive! I had always heard electricity was more expensive in Korea, but after 3 consecutive months of a higher electric bill (well above average) I’m now a believer. Unfortunately, I need to find a way to cut the bill before the […]

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Horizon NSX-T

SAML Authentication with Workspace ONE Access: Part 3 Load Balancer Configuration

This is the 3rd part to my series on setting up SAML Authentication using Workspace ONE Access. During this article, we will configure the NSX-T Load Balancer for our Workspace ONE Access cluster. If you need to catch up, here are links to the prior articles in this series: Part 1: Preparation Part 1.5: Database […]

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