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HTH0014: Back That aaS Up

Alternate episode name candidates:

  • I Pee Tables
  • A Huge TCPDump
  • Back That aaS Up
  • Not Always Human or Readable

Boot-Up (Intro…random topics) 00:17

• Combined MFA and Password Reset Registration Now Available
PowerShell Folding
• Dumb Windows bug of the week: If you have too many notifications, you'll stop getting notifications
• State of the Zunion: Steve reviews two Zune AV docks
• Zune 80 Menu Tree if you have a broken screen and need to use it blind:
  • Music
  • Videos
  • Pictures
  • Social
  • Radio
  • Podcasts
  • Settings
  • -----Wireless
  • ----------Wireless: on
  • ----------sync now
  • ----------Information
  • ----------presence: basic
  • -----Display
  • ----------backlight: 15 seconds
  • ----------brightness: medium
  • ----------tv out: off
  • ----------Background
  • -----Music
  • -----Pictures
  • -----Sounds: on
  • -----Touch: off
  • -----Radio
  • -----Language
  • -----about
O365 Groups to M365 Groups

Pinecraft 24:07

• Docker Minecraft Server
• Correction: The best Raspberry Pi 4B has 4GB RAM, not 2GB.
• Porting in worlds and swapping them out
The guide Steve used to set it up
• docker start minecraft
• docker stop minecraft

Taking a Huge TCPDump 31:43

• Bandwidth issues with CSGO/meetings, but CSGO is the bigger issue
• Ran TCPDump on the router to find the largest packets and try to figure out what is going on
tcpdump -n -i eth1 -t greater 1000 -c 200 | cut -f 1,2,3,4 -d '.' | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr | head -n 20
• QoS in DD-WRT to play traffic cop

Team up with Teams 35:38

• Breakout Rooms
• Private Channels create new Site Collections
Raise hands in Teams meetings
• Closed Captioning
• Live Translation
• SLAs for changes
○ Policies taking up to 48 hours

I Pee Tables 45:20

• Identifying/Blocking IPs with iptables on DD-WRT
• DD-WRT iptables: temporary vs permanent based on NVRAM
Check if an IP is blacklisted
Found a GitHub for automatic blocking, compatible with iptables
for ip in $(curl --compressed 2>/dev/null | grep -v "#" | grep -v -E "\s[1-2]$" | cut -f 1); do iptables -I INPUT -s $ip -j -n DROP; done

Ask the Stiffs: Question of the Week 51:16

• What is something new you want to learn?