BairdGoW

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About BairdGoW

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  1. Moved from CA to AK. This is my 8'x10' room for the next 2 years till I move back. PC: CPU - i5 6600k @ 4.0ghz GPU - EVGA 1080TI FTW3 Mobo - Gigabyte Z170MX-Gaming 5 SSD – Samsung EVO 960 M.2 NvMe RAM - Corsair Vengence 16GB PSU – Corsair HX750W HSF – Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 3 CASE - Raijintek Styx Video: Monitor – Acer Predator X34 3440x1440 Gsync TV – Samsung 65” KS8500 4k SUHD Quantum Dot Audio: DAC/Amp/Preamp - Audio GD Reference 10.32 Headphones - Hifiman HE-6 Custom Modded Speakers – Adam A7X Mic – Audio Technica AT4033 Mic input – Roland VT-3 (hidden in photo, in drawer) Acid – Roland TB-3 Synth – Access Virus TI Keyboard – AKAI MPK25 Laptop: Razer Blade UHD 1TB w/ GTX1060 DJ: CD Player - 2x CDJ-2000NXS2 Mixer - DJM-900NXS2 Effects - RMX – 1000 Heaphones - Ultrasone Pro 900 Gun: Sig Sauer P226 MK25
  2. i have windows 10 on the server. will fail2ban work with windows 10
  3. On top of fail2ban, I know I need to black list every port except one I choose that is not the default port. Do either of you know of a good guide that shows how to do this. And is it better to set a static ip or buy a domain name.
  4. This is my first post. I currently live in CA and am moving to AK. For the last 4 years I have had a matx build with integrated graphics running a Dell Perc 6i Raid controller with 8x 1.5TB hard drives in raid 6. I use it to store everything from movies to school work. I want to leave my server here in CA and be able to access it and back up to it from Alaska. I as well want to be able to shut down and wake up the server so that my parents electrical bill isn't so high. My friend is telling me just make a basic ftp. I am worried about security with that. As well I know linus always talks about unraid but from what I understand that defeats the perpose since I have a raid card and also looks like even if i did use it with my raid card it might erase everything during initialization on unraid. My question is what is the safest and most secure way to do this while using my raid card? If you think i should ditch the raid card and get a host bus adaptor and run unraid instead I am open to hearing your arguments as well. Thanks so much, Baird