I recently got into VoIP and phones. After a really quick setup of a very glorified home intercom setup, I wanted to make outbound calls and receive incoming calls from outside the safe haven of my LAN. I looked online for either free or cheap SIP trunks and either could not found any that I could afford or ones with a local phone number. Then I found out about Yeastar TG100 - a GSM gateway.
We couldn’t figure out how to run next.js on Passenger with Nginx. The issue we had was very simple but seemingly unfixable.
How to setup ESXi on Intel NUC7i5BNH - from creating a USB to booting.
This tutoral can be found online on a million different sites. What’s different about this one? It’s so simple it can’t fail. This is written mainly for my own refference and will be updated when I see that changes are needed.