Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
‘How to’ posts are a great way to learn how to use a new tool, troubleshoot problems, or perform advanced tasks. ‘How to’ posts on the APNIC Blog can further your understanding at your own pace, and even put you directly in touch with the author, should you need more information.
Below are the top three ‘how to’ posts of 2021:
- How to: Threat hunting and threat intelligence —Team Cymru takes us through the steps of a threat hunt.
- How to: Edge router and BNG optimization — A best practice implementation guide for ISPs using the MikroTik RouterOS to provide access via PPPoE or MikroTik for their edge/core routers.
- How to: Run Krill behind an NGINX reverse proxy — Krill has a built-in HTTPS server, but you can also run a production grade webserver as a reverse proxy for easy TLS configuration and additional restrictions.
What ‘how to’ would you like to see on APNIC Blog in 2022?
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Team Cymru is an amazing asset to our team here @ CreatingNet.works and its a good chance they don’t know it.
What John Brown and Jacomo Piccolini are doing – along with the rest of the team is invaluable to the entire Internet Community