TP-Link Smart Plug Monitoring

I found a great web based monitoring tools for this smart plug, and I will share my method running this tools in Raspberry Pi (with DietPi). Read more about this tool here: https://github.com/jamesbarnett91/tplink-energy-monitor There are few method to run this, but I found that using Node+NPM is the easiest for this platform. apt install git… Read More »

Munin monitoring on RaspberryPi/DietPi

Here’s the situation. I have an Odroid XU4 and Raspberry Pi, both of them running with DietPi image. The mission is to perform system monitoring for both of the system. Install Munin server Ensure that the system is up to date before you start to install Munin, run: Apache is used to show the Munin… Read More »

Routing protocols – recap and quick notes

Types of dynamic routing protocols:   RIP : Routing Information Protocol – AD 120 IGRP : Interior Gateway Routing Protocol – AD-100 EIGRP : Enhanced IGRP AD-90 OSPF : Open Shortest Path First AD-110 IS-IS : Intermediate system to intermediate system AD-115 BGP: Border Gateway Protocol AD-20

BGP RIB-Failure

When a Router receives a BGP UPDATE packet that contains Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRI) – this is, a route; the packet is processed in the next order: – Step 1. BGP checks for the NLRI (prefix received) against any BGP inbound filter configured on the Router. – Step 2. If the NLRI is not… Read More »

OSMC KODI: Mount NFS using fstab

Why use /etc/fstab instead of Kodi’s built in NFS client? Using /etc/fstab is faster than Kodi’s own NFS client – it delivers better throughput and is more reliable (also than SMB mounting). Many performance issues, especially with high-bitrate content can be solved by using NFS shares and /etc/fstab. Additionally, it’s quite easy to set up.… Read More »