Category Archives: Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi – Radius (Part 1)

Version used – 2013-09-25-wheezy-raspbian Having a test radius server is handy when you are trying to troubleshoot an existing radius implementation or you want to get experience with it while studying for a certification exam. The process get started with … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Tshark Rules AKA Filtering out the Noise

Running Tshark without any Filters or Rules will generate a lot of information to look at, some or most of which you would have any interesting in looking at. I have found that a device generating a lot of ARP … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Intro to Tshark

In past entries, I have talked about TCPDUMP. Now I will move onto Tshark, which is the command line version of Wireshark that has been popular for several years. If you ever have the opportunity to meet the developer of … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Introduction to SCP (Secure Copy)

In my previous post on TCPDUMP, I talked about getting the capture file off of your Raspberry Pi and onto a computer where you can look at the file with Wireshark. Using something called SCP, otherwise known as Secure Copy, … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Intro to TCPDump

Your Raspberry Pi in addition to being an excellent tool for learning Linux can also help you do packet captures of the traffic that is on the network cable. One of the tools that you can use is TCPDump. I … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Installing Tacacs+ (Part 2)

This post is the second in a series where I show one way of setting up Tacacs on a Cisco device. What I am showing here is a basic setup and just one way of doing so. In a later … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Installing Tacacs+ (Part 1)

For those pursuing the Cisco Certification path, getting experience with Tacacs+ is a little easier with a Rapsberry Pi and not having to spend several thousands of dollars for a copy of Cisco’s ACS Tacacs solution. In the video accompanying … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – DHCP Server Reservation

isc-dhcp-server version 4.2.2.dfsg.1-5 Raspbian 2013-02-09-wheezy-raspbian In this followup post to installation/configuration the ISC-DCHP-Server for your Raspberry Pi on Raspian, I walk through the process of setting up a DHCP Reservation. Send to Kindle

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Raspberry Pi – Installing DHCP Server

isc-dhcp-server version 4.2.2.dfsg.1-5 Raspbian 2013-02-09-wheezy-raspbian Getting a dhcp server up and running on the Raspberry Pi is easy to do. Once you have the latest version of Raspian installed and have the updates for apt-get install you are ready to … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Installing a Syslog server using Syslog-NG

syslog-ng version 3.3.5-4 Raspbian 2013-02-09-wheezy-raspbian At some point, we have all used a syslog server. They can be handy for testing a new system about to be placed into production or if you are working with a new feature and … Continue reading

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