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Can someone explain to me why NAT is not enough for security?

Networking noob here. I want to prevent all incoming requests except through a specific port, and that traffic is forwarded to a specific device on the network. NAT seems to do that just fine, it’s almost like a kind of firewall by itself. What kind of threats are there that requires more than just NAT for security?

Beginner questions about ZFS and how to use my drives.

Hello, I currently have a home server mainly for media, in which I have an SSD for the system and 2 6TB hard drives set up in raid 1 using mdadm, its the most I can fit in the case. I have been getting interested in ZFS and wanting to expand my storage since it’s getting pretty full. I have 2 12TB external hard drives. My...

Configuring Porkbun DNS for internal IPs

Hey everyone, asking here since I’ve been trying (and failing) at the numerous guides online. The end goal is so that I can have proper Let’s Encrypt certs for my self hosted servers to include VaultWarden (which will not work with self-signed or http) as well as have easy urls for myself and family to use....

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