The release of the NethServer 7.7 distribution, offering a modular solution for the rapid deployment of servers in small offices or medium-sized enterprises, is presented. The distribution is based on the CentOS 7.7 package base and provides a web-based interface for managing available server components. The size of the installation image is 1.1 GB. An online demo is provided to familiarize yourself with the capabilities of the interface. Project developments are distributed under free licenses.
The user is offered ready-made modules for organizing the work of the mail server (Postfix, Dovecot, Amavis, ClamAV + Roundcube web client), collaboration system (SOGo), firewall (Shorewall), web server (LAMP), file server and Active domain controller Directory (Samba), filtering proxy (Squid, ClamAV and SquidGuard), VPN server (OpenVPN, L2TP), cloud storage (ownCloud), intrusion detection and prevention systems. Installation and commissioning of the required service is carried out in one click and does not require knowledge of the configuration features of each server component. Typical administration work can be done through the web interface.
- The new user interface, built on the basis of Cockpit and offering a more modern design, has moved to the beta testing stage and is included in the default delivery. Previously installed systems can test the interface by installing Server Manager in the Software Center. The interface provides tools for managing accounts, DNS, DHCP, FQDN, setting the time, creating backups, setting up the network, applying TLS encryption, managing the system, installing applications, managing storage and SSL certificates;
- A new interface for setting up a VPN, which allows you to evaluate traffic for each tunnel, track the connection history of each user and quickly send connection parameters by email. Through the interface, you can also define your own routes, change the UDP / TCP protocol, activate or disable the account;
Learn more info at the official website and release notes.
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