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Installing Guacamole on Raspberry Pi

Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. After successful implementation of this system on some PCs, now I want to use this on a Raspberry Pi 3 B+. Following is how I do the installation on Raspbian system. OS Version: Raspbian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) Upgrade the system: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get upgrade… Read More »

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 »

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

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 »

BGP Aggregate experiment

The BGP aggregate-address can be used to summarise a set of networks into a single prefix. For this post, I just wanted to show the difference between aggregate-address and aggregate-address with summary only. We have below topology. I’m going to summarise prefixes in R1. R1 config hostname R1 ! interface GigabitEthernet0/0 ip address 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.252… Read More »