While network diagrams are essential in a corporate setting, outside of that context they are often unknown or under appreciated. If you have a connected home or self hosted environment creating one may be worth your while.
No one likes spam. It used to be just email, but in the last few years spam calls have increased exponentially. iOS has a feature promising to make these call types less bothersome, but is it right for you?
Once you start down the home automation
rabbit hole path, you’ll find a seemingly ever expanding set of automation opportunities. So if your are looking for ideas or just curious to see what is possible, here’s a list with the how-to details on a few of the more useful automations I have done around my home.
Getting started with Traefik 2 can be a handful (…even if you are migrating from v1). It’s high configurability, an element that makes Traefik a truly powerful reverse proxy, also makes comparability across setup guides difficult. And since no two systems are seldom alike, multiple guides often need referencing to complete a setup. The process is supposed to be easy, it’s certainly billed as such…. “Traefik is an open-source Edge Router that makes publishing your services a fun and easy experience”
Lights are things not normally given a name. And even if you did name them just so Alexa can understand specific on/off requests, the chance of everyone in your home remembering them is pretty close to nil. So if you are using Home Assistant, why not make Alexa room aware so she can understand more natural speech from everyone.