Ubiquiti G3 Instant Camera Setup

Ubiquiti G3 Instant

I recently was able to grab a couple of Ubiquiti G3 Instant Cameras… and then I couldn’t stop myself from getting a handful more (6 in total now). I have been dabbling for a while with getting cameras set up in order to have some home security to monitor the various entrances to the house, …

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Ubiquiti Protect

In my previous post, I mentioned how I upgraded my home network with the Ubiquiti Ultimate Dream Machine Pro, which while I know it was just installed I am really enjoying the speed and stability that it has brought so far. The Ubiquiti Ultimate Dream Machine Pro also has the ability to make use of …

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Ubiquiti Dream Machine Pro Upgrade

Ultimate Dream Machine Pro

In a previous post, I had mentioned how my internet had been “upgraded” by Xfinity and how to install speediest-cli on the Ubiquiti USG Pro 4 in order to get some speed test results. Since dealing with that issue I took a look at my networking setup and what upgrades could be made to not …

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Headless Wifi setup on the Raspberry Pi

If you are looking to have a headless Raspberry Pi setup that you can get configured 100% remotely right after you plug it in you will want to make sure it joins the proper Wifi after the first boot if you are not connecting directly to ethernet. To get started once you have an SD …

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Installing speedtest-cli on a USG-PRO-4

I received an email from today Xfinity/Comcast letting me know that they increased my internet speeds, all for free. I made a screenshot of the email that was sent, as shown in the image below. As with most things that Xfinity/Comcast promises I am skeptical since I currently am paying for their top tier 1000Mb/40Mb …

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My homelab setup

The topic of what exactly I have in my homelab comes up often enough that I figured I should make a post about it. The overall setup has not changed since December 2020 outside of the location and is a bit more cluttered with cables. Current setup The current setup utilizes the following hardware as …

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