Sorry for the quietness. As you might have noticed, I deleted the blog posts relating to the VMware Horizon Lab setup. I did this because I felt like it was poorly written and I was never able to finish it.
Here is an update that has been pending for a while.
I no longer go to school at this point, and …
This post will be all about Hurricane Electric their IPv6 certifications.
Myself, I recently got the Sage certifications (currently waiting for my shirt to be delivered) and I learned a lot from it.
There are different levels of the certifications. You have practical questions, where you have to setup IPv6 …
As some of you may know, I am from The Netherlands. Where I live, up in the northern area of The Netherlands, it is 37°C while I am writing this post.
Some weather stations in the country have recorded 40 °C , which has never been seen before in our country.
Currently I am working on the follow-up post of …
This short post will be about how I had to set-up a static route on ESXi to my VPN subnet.
My setup is as follows: I have an ESXi server in DC1, and a ESXi server at home. The Home ESXi server has vCenter and vRealize Operations Manager on it. My goal was to have vRealize Operations Manager give rightsize …
This post will be about my ‘adventure’ of getting my own AS number, IPv6 subnet, and peering with Hurricane Electric to announce my IPv6 subnet over a 6to4 tunnel.
I started to chat with someone on Discord about getting my own IPv6 subnet. They’re not that expensive. I got mine from SnapServ. I purchased a …
Tomorrow I’m getting a 2TB drive that I can put in my server. I plan to use it for an apt mirror, and to run a test environment on it for VMware Horizon.
It has been a while since I have used VMware Horizon, so I hope that my memory won’t let me down. If it does, then there’s always the documentation… (and …
Welcome to this server update post. I’ve made some changes to the system, and it’s almost done! Sadly, right now it’s come of a stop, because of lack of storage space.
It’s not a big update. Hardware-wise, nothing changed. I am planning to go 10 gigabit though, whenever I have more monthly income, because …
Welcome to my first real blog post! In this post, I will be explaining my current server, my trusty HP ProLiant DL380G6.
It’s armed with two Intel Xeon X5650s, which each have 6 core and 12 threads, making it a total of 12 cores and 24 threads. It has 144 GB (18x 8GB) of ECC RAM, and it currently have two …
Welcome to my blog! Let me introduce myself.
Please see this post for an update! My name is Michael Goossens, well, that is my official name. I’m a female born male from The Netherlands. Currently, on most of my profiles that are official (at companies), have my legal name, Michael. Though it will change …