as I stated NS8 is no more a firewall like any debian/ubuntu or centos like you could do a bare install. The firewall exists it is firewalld, it is used to open port in the firewall like for ejabberd, traefik, mail or more probably. All other ports are closed by default to the localhost
You can do on your own rules to close from some IP network if you need but this is the role of a firewall like nethsecurity or others(opensense, pfsense…)
Therefore no needs to display somewhere what IP you use. By default on the scenario of Internet we put servers to talk to anybody, on your local network you have a firewall in front (sometimes from your ISP)
My Coffee is Nespresso compatible - I don’t want to support Nestle, and the mashine is a DelLonghi…
In the end, good coffee is more important than any software…
All good servers were programmed with plenty of decent coffee!
And when in Italy, don’t bother with Starbucks.
The original is always better - otherwise why would Starbucks sell a “Grande” - they know it too!
Dolce Vita @Italy includes excellent coffee at almost every street corner, so why bother with a copy?
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In italy it’s called caffettiera, or colloquially, moka.
7gr of coffee power par person this is a two person moka. 14 grams of roasted coffee, only a small plastic bag for 250gr of coffee. So less waste…
But BEFORE my first three coffees, I do happen to be lazy and prefer having a machine taking over the task of temperating the coffee and brewing it.
Good system admins are lazy, they know when to take the easiest (and best, safest route, as errors entail more work!) - but they also know when it’s better to write some code to get the work done easily…