SSH X-Forwarding (a more secure alternative to VNC)

X is a popular window system for Unix/Linux workstations (similar to explorer.exe for Windows systems), and one of its best features is its transparency. A great feature about using X is that you can run remote X applications that open their windows on your local display (and vice versa, running local applications on remote displays). Read More …

Set up Port Forwarding (Windows)

Port Forwarding is a technique that allows remote computers, usually computers or systems on the Internet, to connect to a specific system or service within a private local-area network (LAN), so an internal network. Read More …

Networking – Switch Learning and Forwarding

Basically, network switches learn, filter, forward and flood Ethernet frames. After taking a switch out the box, plugging it in, Read More …

Testing SMTP Server from the command line

We are going to assume that your server is Windows Server 2008 R2, although these steps will work on Server Read More …

How to setup Port Forwarding

If you are considering hosting services (web service, FTP service, game server) on your home network computers accessible from the Read More …

Configure Mailbox Forwarding in Exchange Server 2007

Exchange Server 2007 allows administrators to control the configuration of mailbox forwarding. This is useful in many different scenarios, such Read More …

Microsoft Windows – How to Forward Local Drives to Remote Machines Using Remote Desktop

Have you ever had a file on a flash drive that you needed to use on a machine that is Read More …