Keep Tabs on the Devices Connected to Your LAN

Keep Tabs on the Devices Connected to Your LAN

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Would you like to monitor all the devices connected to you LAN. Then you can do it using a Rasberry Pi Zero and a few LEDs.

Like most people, we have tons of things connected via WiFi to our router.  Be it AppleTVs, Rasberry PIs, Amazon Echos, weather stations, overhead airplane trackers, security cameras, etc. etc. etc….  The problem arises when you think and expect a device to “work” and it doesn’t.  Is it the device? Is it the service being accessed? VNC server not running?  Most of the time “all is well“, but if it isn’t it can be frustrating.  Who knew the security camera was down?  Why can’t I VNC into that Raspberry PI?  Most of us have been there and this project helps solve the problem.

Keep Tabs on the Devices Connected to Your LAN – [Link]

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