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I went with a very very basic setup, only with the storage I went with LVM on a LUKS encrypted disk, because I don't want to have my data floating around unencrypted on some stranger's disks.

## Step 010: Static IP addresses
Netcup provides both a single IPv4 and a /64 IPv6 address for the server and at first they are configured by DHCP, but they suggest to statically configure the provided addresses. So I've done exactly that. (I've only blacked out the IPs in case I move my setup somewhere else)

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Netcup provides both a single IPv4 and a /64 IPv6 address for the server and at first they are configured by DHCP, but they suggest to statically configure the provided addresses. So I've done exactly that and you all know how to do that!

## Step 011: Set up SSH access
Always having to log into the netcup control panel to do anything on the server would be annoying so of course the first thing I set up on my server was a SSH access with encrypted public key authentication and most of the other various best practices. For addition security I added the Google authenticator PAM module so I also always have to have my phone with me to log into the command line. All of these are documented widely all over the internet, so I wont' do the work right here, because I didn't do anything special.

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