Monthly Archives: February 2016

Network Monitoring with Raspberry Pi, Part 2: SmokePing

In my previous post, I detailed how to install and configure Cacti on a Raspberry Pi. In this post, I’ll show you how to do the same with SmokePing, a latency graphing tool. The combination of the two make for a very useful monitoring and troubleshooting tool for SOHO/SMB networks. This process will work on […]

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Network Monitoring with Raspberry Pi, Part 1: Cacti

A Raspberry Pi is a simple, yet powerful tool for a network administrator to have and be comfortable with. From throughput testing (a previous post of mine) to wireless analysis (Jake Snyder), a little bit of Raspbian know-how can get you a long way. In a two-part series, I’m going to show you how to […]

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