Nethserver on

Fail2ban installation fails

echo '{"action":"install","packages":["@nethserver-fail2ban"]}' | /usr/bin/setsid /usr/bin/sudo /usr/libexec/nethserver/api/system-packages/update | jq

I think we can ignore the message. Fail2ban is running but I need to test…

No, it doesn’t work, IPs are not banned. I need to check…


It seems not possible as ipset are not allowed in kernel.

[root@3p46 ~]# ipset list
ipset v7.1: Kernel error received: Operation not permitted
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Each changing of configuration like installation FTP-server, creating user etc. produces an error.

I need to check, do you use AD?

I already set up LDAP with a backup user, set permissions and did a SFTP backup…

BTW, you don’t need an FTP server for providing SFTP.

yes, I installed FTP-Server and ignored the Errors
I’m hosting an AD-Servers on The subdomain is bound to the local IP-address, given by the Virtual Network Interface.

Now i am puzzling how i can join there.

OK, I need to check AD, with LDAP it’s no problem. Maybe it’s a problem that chronyd is disabled…

For joining clients to AD I recommend VPN but this is far beyond a simply backup SFTP server :grinning:

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Final Message: NS is up and running. The first backup from my main server via SFTP was completed.
Thanks to @mrmarkuz

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