Today I show you how to install Snipe-IT on Ubuntu 16.04 using Amazon Web Services Free Tier EC2 instance.
This time I will show you how to install OsTicket on AWS. We are using Amazon’s Free Tier EC2 for this tutorial.
Running a domain controller in AWS with pfSense was one of the main goals I had for this whole project. It took a fair bit of research to get everything up and running but I eventually figured it out with the help of the pfsense.org forum (thanks, guys!).
It’s about time we get our hands dirty and establish our Site to Site VPN between pfSense and AWS VPC. This tutorial will be a long one, as we go through every single step that gets us up and running and leaves no questions open for you! This tutorial especially covers the use of Scenario 4: VPC with a Private Subnet Only and Hardware VPN Access on AWS.
After a lot of talking about it, we will dive right into it with setting up AWS Route53 DynDNS with pfSense. In this step by step tutorial, I will show you how you get Route53 DynDNS with pfSense working in no time!
Welcome to a new series of tutorials going in the direction of cloud architecture and specifically to AWS with pfSense. In this day and age, a lot of companies don’t want in-house hardware anymore, as the cost of providing a climatized server room and buying physical hardware can get quite high.
Here is where AWS, Amazon Web Services comes into play. You can set up a virtual server in no time and connect it to your internal network through a site to site VPN tunnel.