IoT Project “Smart Home” : Part 1

"Smart Home" my final year MCA project based on Internet of things . The project came from some project seen on Raspberry Pi Website . The Project is divided into 3 parts Nodes communicate with Server Server Mosquitto which uses MQTT Protocol Android App , which  communicates with server Each node can have the following functionalities. … Continue reading IoT Project “Smart Home” : Part 1

Load balancing home router with Raspberry Pi

openAfter the fix for Realtek usb ethernet card for openwrt to run on raspberry pi 2,  I started my new project,  Load balancing router. The working is quite simple, install and configure MWAN3 but I can't install from repo since I got the source and compiled it with the patch for my usb ethernet card,  purchased … Continue reading Load balancing home router with Raspberry Pi

Seminar on Internet of things ( IoT )

The Internet of Things (IoT) is defined in many different ways, and it encompasses many aspects of life from connected homes and cities to connected cars and roads, roads to devices that track an individual's behavior and use the data collected for push services. Some mention one trillion Internet connected devices by 2025 and define mobile phones as … Continue reading Seminar on Internet of things ( IoT )

OpenWRT with rtl8152 for Raspberry Pi 2

Raspberry pi OpenWrt with rtl8152 USB Ethernet dongle support . By default it is disabled in kernel we can enable it and compile [ Refer : https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?pid=279394 ] here the one i have compiled for my Raspberry Pi 2. Working Flashable image with rtl8152 support openwrt-brcm2708-bcm2709-sdcard-vfat-ext4.img How to manually do it  Refer : How to build OpenWrt Refer : https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?pid=279394 The following … Continue reading OpenWRT with rtl8152 for Raspberry Pi 2

[Solved] Raspberry Pi Wifi Disconnect Problems

Here Sometimes due to signal strength and some other issues the raspberry pi WiFi disconnects and will not reconnect automatically. Here is a script to check status of the WiFi and keep it connected. Tip :- You can disconnect and connect wifi using   `sudo ifdown wlan0` and 'sudo ifup wlan0` respectively  Change directory to /usr/local/bin  … Continue reading [Solved] Raspberry Pi Wifi Disconnect Problems