[talk] Remote monitoring hardware
christos at zoulas.com
Sun Jun 23 19:36:55 EDT 2019
> On Jun 23, 2019, at 7:21 PM, Justin Sherrill <justin at shiningsilence.com> wrote:
> I dunno... a few seconds of Google searching doesn't turn up any
> actual Nest/SNMP info, and the weather station is an Acu-Rite, I
> think, and same problem. I feel sort of guilty for having these
> devices now, like I bought a car and was surprised it didn't have
> seatbelts installed.
> On Sun, Jun 23, 2019 at 7:04 PM Kieran Smyth <kieranx451.alt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is a very neat problem. Aside from obvious stuff like wake-on-lan and dynamic dns, getting an idea of just how unreliable power is would help I think.
>> Any of your devices SNMP-capable? Is an SNMP system even practical here?
>> On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 7:49 PM Justin Sherrill <justin at shiningsilence.com> wrote:
>>> I have some property in Canada that has a cellmodem connection to the net, a few Nest cameras, and some weather sensors.
>>> Power is unreliable, the cell link is unreliable, temperatures can be extreme (mostly cold) and it is physically unreachable once snow hits. I'd like to set up some sort of small machine that could connect back to my network in the US and give me a way to diagnose problems, or log something more than the absence of a link.
>>> Obviously I would want to use a BSD and in a perfect world x86_64 so it could be DragonFly. Has anyone set up similar remote points and can point to what hardware and software they found useful?
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