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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We need an expert to develop 3 rotating VPN's using Free IP addresses in the UK We test online applications forms for our clients and the (UK IP's) must be changing automatically every 5 mins. If you got what it takes to get this job done - Please get in touch. We had this project executed before - so please, only serious candidates. IMMEDIATE START!
Skills: Computer Networking IT Management Linux System Administration OpenVPN
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking to hire a skilled tech to handle the onsite support for my company. This job may only be 5 to 10 hours a week to start but can well exceed that some weeks. Currently clients that you will be serving are based primarily in the San Gabriel Valley to Hollywood to Pomona and a few clients in Orange County. Eventually we will expand all over Southern California. I'm looking for someone that can provide onsite support of Windows based computer systems while presenting a happy and caring attitude towards customers needs. You will be The job will be on call and you will set your hours of availability each week. Typical customer calls are about simple printing issues, wireless connectivity issues, running new network cable drops, setting up new users in office, replacing computers, replacing hard drives and other hardware such as NIC's and video cards. You will basically doing everything that can't be done by a remote tech. You will also need to have a great understanding of troubleshooting networks. Firewalls, Routers, Switches, etc. All clients are Windows based from Windows 7 to 10. There are a few clients with Mac's (not necessary for you to know anything with Mac but it's a plus) You will be expected to be confident in working alone while also providing great customer service and presenting a clean professional look. I can't stress the quality of customer service that I would expect.
Skills: Computer Networking Computer Assembly Computer Hardware Installation Computer Repair
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Hi there! I have a SOPHOS UTM firewall/router which my network sits behind (IP address of SOPHOS UTM is: 192.168.1.1 with two interfaces (WAN and LAN)) and then I have a secondary firewall (pfSense) (IP address of pfSense is 192.168.1.200 and has only one interface LAN) which I need all SSH (port 22) traffic funneled through (pfSense will be setup with Suricata package to inspect traffic) and then from there - traffic should be funneled back through the SOPHOS UTM to the outside. Currently Sophos firewall rule allows traffic out from internal LAN to WAN on port 22 and that all works perfectly as it should. However for specific testing reasons, I need the SSH traffic on port 22 to be funneled through Suricata (running on pfSense box) and then back to the SOPHOS to go outside. So will look like this:- Internal client computer (Using putty) (IP: 192.168.1.50) Wants to connect to external server (running SSH on port 22) with IP address of: 203.223.xxx.xxx SOPHOS UTM -> Using either static/policy routes of NAT will redirect all SSH (22) traffic that attempts to go to 203.223.xxx.xxx to PFSENSE internal firewall (192.168.1.200). PFSENSE -> Suricata performs logging/inspection of this traffic. PFSENSE -> Routes SSH traffic back through SOPHOS UTM SOPHOS UTM -> Finally routes this traffic out to end destination (203.22.xxx.xxx) on PORT 22. I've used SNAT rules on SOPHOS UTM to direct SSH traffic to the pfSense firewall without any problems... what I cannot figure out is how to re-route this traffic back to SOPHOS UTM and to the outside world. I need a networking/firewall expert to help me figure this out. Direct access cannot be given - I may consider allowing Teamviewer into network in worst case. For someone whom knows their stuff, this could be a fifteen minute task.
Skills: Computer Networking CentOS Firewall Linux System Administration
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
2 parts to this job 1. Setup Firewall to allow specific inbound and outbound traffic to a specific PC on our network (full instructions provided) through our Draytek router, 2nd part, Setup VPN access to a specific folder for specific users, again through the draytek router
Skills: Computer Networking Firewall
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced hacker help me out with a pretty complex project. This job is 100% legal so you don't need to worry. I will provide more details once we start a conversation going. But I can say that this is a very challenging job and whoever gets it needs to be self-motivated and up for the challenge.
Skills: Computer Networking Asterisk C++ Excel VBA
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
The purpose of this project is to setup a server that will allow me to utilize virtual assistants (VA) to enter data for customer profiles. That data that needs to be entered is via a website that has texts boxes, radio buttons, etc. The challenge is that I have to be able to restrict access to certain elements within the website in order to preserve confidentiality. It would have to be setup in such a way that the VA logs onto a virtual desktop and from there, can click a shortcut that will automatically log them onto the website. Here is the challenging part... Ideally, the website the VA sees has restricted access to certain links within that website. Furthermore, there is customer information that ideally needs to be hidden, scrambled, or otherwise anonymized. This information always falls within certain frames of the website.
Skills: Computer Networking HTML Website Development
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a QNAP administrator to coordinate user access, file sharing, and security configuration. Requirements: 1.) Prior experience with a Qnap server system 2.) Proven track record of IT support 3.) Reliable and ethical worker Job Details: The QNAP administrator will be responsible for 1.) Creating user accounts 2.) Supporting Qnap users with general help desk support 3.) Coordinating file sharing with external project members 4.) Reviewing backup logs to ensure backup sync has completed successfully 5.) Collaborating with office manager to create QNAP based IT solutions Please put "puppy" in your response/cover letter to show you've read the post. Looking forward to working with you! -Aiden
Skills: Computer Networking Microsoft Server Technical Support
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are a new telecommunications company launching our first product next month. We need to develop a user's manual for the product. The ideal candidate will have strong examples of prior technical writing work and have experience with wireless networking products. In addition to good writing skills, we need someone with enough technical background to understand the operation and application of a wireless infrastructure product. We are based in Sunnyvale, CA and are seeking someone in the San Francisco Bay area so as regular in-person meetings with our product development team will be necessary.
Skills: Computer Networking Illustration Technical writing Wireless Network Implementation