Smoothwall Express 3.0 with Multiple NAT

This is a must have for any Smoothwall Express Setup. This mod gives you full control of your interfaces including multiple IP addresses, ports and mac control: The mod gives ultimate control with the following: 1.Specify origin source IP/Network 2.Specify the origin/destination ports to be open for your specific IP/Network e.g. Open access for the IP on port 57 to your IP on port 22 To install the mod simply run the following from command line: 1.wget ./ **NOTE: Smoothwall Express 3.0 should be up to and including update 9 – Maintenance > Updates. Log back into the Smoothwall GUI and you will now see the Full Firewall Control interface. controlfull firewallmodport forwarding, smoothwall For further reading take a look at below link: 

Lenovo Ideapad V310-15ISK Wi-Fi issue on Ubuntu/fedora/CentOS

Go to terminal and RUN below command

You can also copy & paste the below line on command prompt:

# sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-ideapad.conf <<< "blacklist ideapad_laptop"

# reboot.


Opensource IT Asset & Help desk Management System

ecently, I installed a LINK:
GLPI, which stands for Gestion Libre De Parc Informatique, is a web-based LAMP stack application for inventory management, job tracking, equipment reservations, and basic network topology information. Unlike many equivalent proprietary tools, GLPI does not require a local client application; instead, it operates through a simple and flexible web interface. You can use it to build up a database with an inventory for your company (computer, software, printers...). It has enhanced functions to make the daily life for the administrators easier, like a job-tracking-system with mail-notification and methods to build a database with basic information about your network-topology. The principal functionalities of the application are: 1) The precise inventory of all the technical resources. All their characteristics will be stored in a database. 2) Management and the history of the maintenance actions and the bound procedures. This application…

Remote Management of ASA in Simple Steps

How to Allow Remote Management of Cisco ASA 5510 Firewall

How do I actually configure the firewall to allow remote administration via Telnet, SSH, or HTTPS/ASDM?


Cisco ASA Allow Telnet - Via Command Line
1. Log on to the firewall > Go to enable mode > Go to configure terminal mode.
User Access Verification
Type help or '?' for a list of available commands.
PetesASA> en
Password: ********
PetesASA# configure terminal

2. Now you can either allow access for one machine, or a whole network, the syntax is "telnet {ip address} {subnet mask} {interface that its connected to}.
The following will just allow one host (

PetesASA(config)#telnet inside
The following will just allow a whole network to 254
PetesASA(config)#telnet inside

3. To set the password you use the "passwd" …

Opensource Software for School Management System

SchoolTool: An Advanced School Management and Information System

SchoolTool is an Open Source, free, web based student information system designed for schools around the world. It is developed and distributed by Shuttleworth foundation with strong support for translation, localization and automated deployment and updates via the Ubuntu Linux installer and package management system.
SchoolTool is licensed under GPL2 and written in Python using the Zope 3 framework. The main goals of this project are to create a simple turnkey student management and information system, including demographics, gradebook, attendance, calendaring and reporting for primary and secondary schools.
Features - Customizable student and teacher demographics and other personal data - Contact management for teachers, students, and their guardians - Teacher grade books - School wide assessment data collection and report card generation - Class attendance and daily participation grades - Calendars for the school, groups,…

Opensource Network Monitoring System (NAGIOS)

NAGIOS Installation Guide
This is an open source software used for network and infrastructure monitoring. Nagios will monitor servers, switches, applications and services. It alerts the IT Administrator when something went wrong and also alerts back when the issues has been rectified. Though the steps provided here are tested in CentOS 6.4, it may work on RHEL 6.4, Scientific Linux 6.4 and other RPM based distros. In this tutorial i am gonna to use two systems as follows
Nagios server: Operating system: CentOS 6.4 IP Address       :
Nagios client: Operating System: CentOS 6.3 IP Address       :
First the install the prerequisites. [root@server ~]# yum install -y gd gd-devel httpd php gcc glibc glibc-common By default nagios is not found in CentOS official repository, so add the EPEL repository to install nagios. [root@server ~]# wget [root@server ~]# rpm -ivh epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm Now inst…