@JaredBusch I agree. People will see my screens on various systems and ask me "where all my programs are". I don't see how some people can fill an entire desktop with icons.
Those of you on Gnome - Are you installing the gnome-tweaks package to allow desktop shortcuts, or just use keyboard shortcuts?
Gnome tweaks yes, desktop shortcuts definitely not.
I have refrained from using shortcuts on the desktop but it still takes some getting used to. I am assuming that is one "advantage" of using Cinnamon.
Desktop shortcuts are fucking stupid..
I have 3 only because I've been too lazy to go into settings and remove the defaults.
@jmoore but beyond all of that, you need to ask why are you spending this much on gear at home. Are you truly going to make use of it and do IT at home?
If not you are burning cash for no reason.
Buy an Amplifi Instant mesh system and a dumb switch, then move along.
IT at home was a great concept before we had cheap hosting and other places where we can spin things up and down at will.
Well Im sure i dont need all that but I like toys to play with and I look at it as future proofing lol.
Unifi Ap Pro
Does that seem like a solid combo? any reason I shouldn't?
Do you have any idea why you are doing? Why would you get a router with 6 ports? It is a router not a switch. It needs a WAN port and a LAN port. Maybe an extra WAN if you have multiple internet services. You use VLAN to your switches for anything else.
All EdgeMax devices can handle wire speed throughput if all the traffic is offloaded from the CPU. But things like QoS and a few other tasks cannot be offloaded.
The ER4 is the best thing in the EdgeMax line for most. The ERL should never be considered if you have > 50 mbps and need to use the router for QoS (which you should).
I have never been able to test an ER4 with QoS enabled on a circuit faster than 200mbps. But at least up to that point it was still getting full service speed.
Our customer doesn't want the city's bank account and routing info transported through e-mail. He was willing to do it if we could come up with a way that would guarantee it could not be read in transit.
I do believe there is another option, now that you have changed the rules to the bolded above. TLS, TLS gives you this. And this is something you can confirm beforehand.
If by confirm you mean refuse to send the email if the recipient server rejects the
STARTTLS then yes.
Final verdict, it completed and showed clean shutdown.
I deleted all the log files at this point and the database mounted.
Email flow resumed around 4pm with no lost email as the spam filter kicked delayed messages in response to inbound email.