Home Network Under $200
October 10th, 2019
36 mins 6 secs
About this Episode
How far can you get with a Raspberry Pi 4? We go all in and find out.
Plus our favorite travel router with WireGuard built in, and Chris kicks off Project Off-Grid. Meanwhile, Alex adopts proprietary software.Support Self-Hosted
- 5.11 Taclite Trousers — Constructed using premium polyester and cotton mechanical stretch Taclite ripstop fabric with a triple-stitching built, this pair of pants is sturdy and flexible to ensure maximum performance in the field.
- Amazon.com: Gigabit Travel AC Router OpenWrt — Slate Comes with Pre-installed VPN server and client functions in WireGuard and OpenVPN.
- GL-AR750S - The SLATE Our favorite travel router — The first dual-band Gigabit AC travel router. We upgrade Ethernet ports (totally 3) to Gigabit ports so that it get faster speed in your travel. We also added 128MB Nand Flash to provide dual flash for more storage and faster operation speed. It has a MicroSD (TF) slot which increase your storage space up to 128GB.
- Raneto - A free, open, simple Markdown powered Knowledgebase — Raneto is an open source Knowledgebase platform that uses static Markdown files to power your Knowledgebase.
- raneto - Docker Hub
- SmokePing — SmokePing keeps track of your network latency.
- smokeping - Docker Hub
- Find the Containers Chris Uses
- Migrate qcow2 images from KVM to VMWare — I recently switched from Proxmox to ESXI for my primary Hypervisor due to better support for automation tools like Ansible and Terraform plus better integrations with Red Hat Satellite.
- Gotchas when migrating Fedora qcow2 images to vmware — My issue was that the initramfs didn't contain the necessary drivers for the emulated hardware and as such the VM refused to boot except into emergency mode.