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Posts published in “Day: April 14, 2020

VLANS – Layer 2 vs Layer 3 Juniper & Netgate/PfSense

I am working on setting up VLANS on a basically default switch configuration for my SMB network. They have 5 juniper ex2200 switches that are all on the same subnet and have only a default vlan. I want to do switch stacking via junos Virtu...

DOD Biological Threat Reduction Program Should Be Part of a New Interagency Mechanism to Coordinate Efforts to Prevent Biological Threats, Including Natural Disease Outbreaks – Report Offers Five-Year Strategy for BTRP

Over the next five years, the U.S. Department of Defense’s Biological Threat Reduction Program (BTRP) should encourage and be among co-leaders in the federal government’s development of an enduring interagency mechanism to address an array of biologica...

Cool gaming-related projects that involve IoT?

So maybe this isn't the place to post this, but I'm not sure where to ask this. I'm in my last semester of college and working on a final group project for a big exam grade. The final project consists of taking our Raspberry Pis we've bought to use for the course and turning it into a true IoT device. Our first step right now is to brainstorm and decide on a project that meets the requirements. The biggest thing we in our group have in common is that we're all into gaming so a gaming project seems like a fun idea if we can come up with one. The project must have:

-A database that is integrated with the project and that runs on your Pi. (Database should be made up of at least four related tables. These tables should make sense and be populated with relevant data.)

-Your device must connect to a network (true IoT device) if it doesn't already, and you must take security into account.

-Your project must have some sort of web interface. This should be a visually appealing GUI.

Not sure if there are any cool ideas related to gaming that we can do with that. If not, does any one have any other cool project ideas?

Thanks in advance!

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