FreeBSD Digital Ocean Droplet – Present Floating IP for Outbound/External connections PF or IPTABLES NAT Overload/PAT

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As previously mentioned here I migrated from a UFS/Ezjail FreeBSD Digital Ocean droplet to a ZFS/IOCage droplet for easier backup and recovery. As part of making my life easier going forwards I decided to implement a floating IP for future migrations. If you’re unfamiliar with floating IPs its a secondary IPv4 public address that sits […]

FreeBSD Bhyve Hypervisor Running Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard

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Before embarking its worth reviewing the requirements as running Windows on Bhyve does require a bit of work and not for the faint hearted. It also requires some pretty specific hardware requirements/features as Bhyve has been built from the ground up with modern hardware accelerated virtualisation features at the forefront leave all the legacy cruff […]