Watching my favorite computer video. It's all text based, and its from the creators of Windows. Currently, I'm on the episode:
For the last freggin 30 minutes.
@fuznutz04 I have not. But as you are seeing, FreePBX 14 and newer are not CentOS anymore. They are Sangoma OS.
I am sure some manual setup would work as most things seemt to be ported, but no idea.
The only extra thing I have added to FreePBX is ZeroTier.
Good point. I will post some notes as to how well this works out. I was at least able to install it successfully.
Has anyone installed a salt minion on FreePBX 14? I'm setting up a FreePBX14 box in my lab and cannot use the process:
cd /tmp; curl -L https://bootstrap.saltstack.com -o install_salt.sh sh install_salt.sh
When I try to install it, I get the errors below.
Failed dependencies: epel-release is obsoleted by (installed) sangoma-release-7-5.1805.02.el7.sangoma.x86_64 Retrieving https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm * ERROR: Failed to run install_red_hat_linux_stable_deps()!!!
I attempted to add the Saltstack repo, but I am still getting the error above, so obviously, I'm doing something wrong. Has anyone done this successfully?
That's great. Never heard of Messer, but the videos look pretty good. Any specific recommendations on a lab setup for them?
Get them an EdgeRouter lite and a single unifi AP, have them configure to start with.
@Dashrender did that with me when I was first starting to learn it.
If they have a test environment available, also have them install and configure VyOS. Having to work from a command line teaches me much better than using a guide at least.
These are L0, manual firewall config skills are not even close to being in their range.
Agreed. Need something VERY basic. I'll start with the Messer videos and setup some sort of basic lab. Perhaps just a switch, and a cheap router with a GUI, so they can get the basic concepts and see them in action.
For someone just starting out in level 1 helpdesk, where would be a great place for them to get started on BASIC networking fundamentals?
I've personally used PluralSight in the past. They are still $29/user at the moment (their site says this will increase shortly)
I've also briefly looked at Cybrary. These guys appear to be free but I have no experience with them. https://www.cybrary.it/course/comptia-network-plus/
The level of training I am looking for is for someone who has zero IT experience, but wants to start a career in support/helpdesk. (Not bench)
Any recommendations would be helpful.