Hack and / - Your Own Personal Server: the Network
Apr 30, 2011 By Kyle Rankin
This first installment of Kyle's personal server series will walk you through some common network hangups that can get in the way of hosting your own server at home.
Kyle Rankin is a director of engineering operations in the San Francisco Bay Area, the author of a number of books including DevOps Troubleshooting and The Official Ubuntu Server Book, and is a columnist for Linux Journal.
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