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Create an IPsec tunnel between 2 Mikrotik routers and dynamic public IPs

By Adrian Moreno on 2016-01-26

In this post we are going to create an IPsec VPN tunnel between two remote sites using Mikrotik routers with dynamic public IPs . By default, Mikrotik does not allow to use FQDN (domain names) to setup an IPsec tunnel, so we are going to create some scripts to update the IPsec configuration whenever the local or remote IPs change. The network layout is as follows: <img src="" alt="Mikrotik IPsec" /> The first thing to take into account is that LAN addresses must be different between Site 1 and Site 2.

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Homemade ambilight with Arduino and Kodi

By Guillermo Guerrero on 2016-01-15

The Ambilight system is a gadget for TV to enjoy the TV shows. The system is composed by a concrete RGB LEDs (25 or 50 LEDs) and the LEDs reproduce the border color from TV. This post explains how create a homemade Ambilight system and connect to TV with Kodi. Components 50 LEDS => 2 x [12mm Diffused Thin Digital RGB LED Pixels (Strand of 25) - WS2801]: Link Ebay Arduino uno: Link Dx Male + Female DC Power Converter Connector Adapters (Optional to connect leds): Link Dx 5V 2A Power Adapter Charger: Link Dx Total price: 100€ (approximately)

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Be sync with Raspberry Pi

By Guillermo Guerrero on 2016-01-06

Is very common have the necessity to sync some kind of information with other computers or have a synchronize backup. In this post we explain how to install Btsync into the Raspberry PI. Download mkdir .btsync cd .btsync wget tar -xvf BitTorrent-Sync_arm.tar.gz rm BitTorrent-Sync_arm.tar.gz ln -s /lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/ /lib/ Configure cd ~/.btsync ./btsync --dump-sample-config > btsync.conf # browse the sample config file and change what you want Start at boot nano /etc/init.

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By Guillermo Guerrero on 2016-01-06

In Raspberry Pi B model by default is limiting the output amperage. We can trick this behavior editing the config file: vi /boot/config.txt Add the following lines: safe_mode_gpio=4 max_usb_current=1 Reboot the raspberry and now you can plug the HDD in the usb port.

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