Welcome to my site! This is my homepage, feel free to browse about while my new website gets constructed.
This site is an update to my old site. Some highlights:
1) Runs on a VM! (More redundant storage)
2) Updated to the latest n greatest WordPress.
3) Easy dynamic content.
Old Site is completely gone as of recently. A recent power outage caused the router hosting the site to stop mounting the USB it resided on. I haven’t yet been able or bothered (haha) to recover it.
1) Runs on a Router.
2) Old firmware, but reliable (well it’s still running, the site contents USB failed).
3) Static Content, self coded.
This new site is under construction as of Jan 8, 2018.
*Updates (Q1 2018)
Proper Home button navigation.
Spelling and grammar corrections.
Added Categories, created menus option for it.
Migrated 2014,2015 and 2016 blogs from NanoBlogger.
*Updates (Q2 2018)
Completed Microsoft PKI series blog posts.
Added Post TOC Widget (Desktop view only)
New Favicon! Bookmark my site with style!
Individual Post Floating TOC! Check out the longer blog posts on a desktop (Desktop mode) to view a floating Table of Contents, to navigate those lengthy posts with ease!
Lastest Post Top of all blogs (not fixed :D) this allows for quick access to the latest posts, but doesn’t affect the navigation of the long posts TOC mentioned above. 🙂
See if TOC in content can be triggered for mobile view only.
Better Categorization view mode, much like search operates.
In my previous post I covered recovering a downed CA, cause it will be needed for this section of the GlobalProtect tutorial. Adding the Sub CA cert: Device -> Certs -> Import -> Base64 cer file Generate a a Sub CA Key for the PA to handle the Gateway certs, afterwards generate a user cert …
Downed CA! First off I wanted to address that this wasn’t the intended post of today, this was suppose to be part 2 of the Global Protect post, which is the second dependency; Certificates. However I recently had to get a new cert at work, and discovered this same issue as I had deployed my …
Hey all, I’d figure I’d spin up a really quick guide on setting up client type VPN using Palo Alto Firewalls. In this case it will use GlobalProtect, so will require appropriate licenses to work. I won’t exactly cover the license aspect in my blog as I find that stuff a bore, and can leave …
Who am I?!
I am….. Aemilianus Kehler!!!