Issue #10 • IP Masquerading and server notifications
Issue #10 • IP Masquerading and server notifications

Issue #10 • IP Masquerading and server notifications

📰 The Self-Hosting Blog • Issue #10

Happy Monday!

There's not a lot to report on this week, make sure to check out the posts from our favourite bloggers though! The top post from Inlets raises an interesting way of having a public static IP address without needing to pay your ISP for the pleasure. This can also be achieved for free using IP Masquerading, which I'm going to have a look into for my personal setup.

This looks cool also, I had a similar setup using Gotify, but this just runs on the machine that you're firing messages from.

kha7iq/pingme
PingMe is a CLI tool which provides the ability to send messages or alerts to multiple messaging platforms & email. - kha7iq/pingme

I used this for server notifications. For example, when a cronjob runs, the output of a cronjob, server status notifications etc..

Have a good week, feel free to reach out to us for any self-hosting needs!

Ed


🎯 Top posts from our favourite bloggers

When Your ISP Won’t Give You A Static IP
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How I Cleaned up my Digital Photo & Video Collection | Nicholas Danes
What apps I’m currently self-hosting - cri.dev
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Completely Self-Hosting Bitwarden Password Manager (Updated 2021)
This article will cover setting up your own self-hosted Bitwarden instance with Docker and configuring ngnix to allow for public exposure for cross device access to your vault.
Configuring Vim for Node Js Development
An overview of the ideal vim plugins to use for Node Js development, with config file examples
Setting up a Valheim server using Docker
I’m going to talk through how to host a Valheim server on a docker image. This will enable you to set up a permanent server for all your friends to enjoy, 24/7.
Setting up Focalboard - A self-hosted alternative to Trello and Notion
Focalboard is a self-hosted alternative to tools such as Notion or Trello which you can run on your own instance. Focalboard helps with tracking and organising your own work, as well as across a team.

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