Learn how to use IPv6 to rescue your embedded device which has lost it’s IPv4 address (for some reason).
Bring a laptop with SSH installed for hands-on demo.
10am Q-College · Suite 303 771 Vernon Ave · Victoria, BC
here for Craig’s demo notes.
Bring a laptop with
Wireshark (download) installed: We’ll be covering the basics of packet capture, and seeing what is actually on your network. More Wireshark: pad
What is NetSig?
A Special Interest Group focused on computer networking.
Building networks for Today and Tomorrow!
1.5 hours on a weekday evening
Half of the meeting is education or presentation. Half is sharing, and problem-solving.
A gathering of like-minded persons.
Understand and solve some of the challenges in networking today. Are you IPv6 ready? Help Victoria become a leader, rather than a follower in Networking.
Education | Traffic analysis: ELK stack and Packet Beat | Virtualized Networking in Cloud containers | IPv6 | Routing |
This time we’ll delve into how to write a Node-Red program using the web-based GUI.
Presentation Notes are here.
Q-College, Suite 303 – 771 Vernon Ave, Victoria, BC
Find Part One
Jekyll sites can be connected to cloud-based CMS software such as CloudCannon, Forestry, Netlify or Siteleaf, and Github enabling content editors to modify site content without having to know how to code.
the link to Gordon’s fine presentation.
Saturday, May 25, 2019 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Camosun College Interurban Campus Tech Bldg, Tec 177 4461 Interurban Road · Victoria, BC
“Let’s Encrypt” is a free, public usable Certificate Authority that makes encrypting your web server’s
traffic easy. All you need to know about setup up a Raspberry Pi to use Let’s Encrypt will be presented by Mark G. http Camosun College Bldg: Technology Bldg, Room: Tech 177 – 4461 Interurban Rd, Victoria, BC (parking at lot 8 for park users) Download: Using Let’s Encrypt As A Certificate Authority on a Raspberry Pi letsencryptpresentation
VicPiMakers will be supporting Projects in 2019. Nzola will present part 2 of his Email Project, and
Deid will be showing off his cute little OLED display. See Nzola’s presentation slides here.
See Nzola’s Part 1 here.
Bldg: Technology Bldg, Room: Tech 177 – 4461 Interurban Rd, Victoria, BC (parking at lot 8 for park users)
Another container technology which can also run on SBCs is Linux Containers (LXC/LXD). Each LXC Container appears to have its own network stack. And therefore is much more flexible than Docker.
We’ll run 20
webservers all with individual addresses, all listening on port 80, on the Pi, something that can’t be done with Docker in its NAT-constrained world. See Craig’s documentation here.
See presentation material here: …
Open source email caching project in Africa
also … random misc info from Deid and Craig
10:00am Q-College, Suite 303 – 771 Vernon Ave, Victoria, BC