Tag Archives: Home Networks

Building a ZigBee network at home

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Introduction The market is flooded with many home automation products that includes environmental sensors, smart light bulbs, smart switches and others. The technologies that connect these devices include Bluetooth, ZigBee, Z-wave, or Wi-Fi. The common pattern of using these products is to use a mobile app to access the sensors…. Read more »

SDN with Raspberry Pi and Zodiac FX

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Experimenting with Software Defined Networks (SDN) on real hardware has become a lot easier since I discovered the Zodiac FX switch from Northbound Networks. This 4-port switch supports Openflow v1.0 and v1.3, and it supports many Openflow controllers. This post describes the process of connecting the Zodiac FX switch with… Read more »