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Install CoovaChilli + FreeRadius on Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS i386

    CoovaChilli is an open-source captive portal system for linux that I personally use to run a free wireless access system around my area. The reason I use coovachilli instead of, oh I don’t know, nocatspash, is that with CoovaChilli I can not only limit speed per each connection, but I am also able to log IP and MAC Address’s to prevent abuse. So, lets go install coovachilli.

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Proxmox and using NAT with a Virtual Machine

    So I finally decided to make the jump to virtualization. Sure the performance is 1-3% slower then running on raw hardware, but the features gained from this way outweigh the cons. Now I can do backups on the fly, snapshots, quickly move resources around machines, and its all free thanks to Proxmox! Proxmox is a Linux Debian based distro that utilizes a custom kernel with support for OpenVZ and KVM. I’l go more into depth on Proxmox later, but for now here is my situation.

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