In my household I've defined IoT to encompass the following types of devices:

Any device with an IP address, not running a macOS, iOS, Android, Windows, or Linux operating system, that
Does not require direct access to internal storage devices, and
Does not store personal data

Examples of IoT devices in my home include:

Philips Hue Lightbulbs and associated Bridge
FitBit Aria Scales
Google Home
Google Chromecast (mine doesn't access any internal resources)
IP Video Cameras
Any other types of WiFi connected sensors (Smoke detectors, Temperature, Humidity, etc.)
Anything related to a Smart Home (lights, light switches, power, etc.)


Name Purpose Network Group Port Subnet VLAN
Infrastructure Corp LAN LAN1
Family Corp LAN LAN1 10
Guest Corp LAN LAN1 20
Homelab Corp LAN LAN1 30
Work Corp LAN LAN1 40
DMZ Corp LAN LAN1 50

wireless networks

Name Security Advertised Guest Network VLAN
Family wpapsk Yes No 10
Guest wpapsk Yes Yes 20

guest network

Terms of Use

By accessing the wireless network, you acknowledge that you're of legal age, you have read and understood and agree to be bound by this agreement.

The wireless network service is provided by the denizens of Huntley Cottage and is completely at their discretion. Your access to the network may be blocked, suspended, or terminated at any time for any reason. You agree not to use the wireless network for any purpose that is unlawful and take full responsibility for your acts.

The wireless network, like most open-source projects, is provided "as is" without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied.

Cheese Clause: By signing in you are agreeing that in exchange for the use of our network, you owe Erin a wheel of Castello White. If you fail to pay the very reasonable price of cheese you will instead forfeit the soul of your second born.



chromecast and google home

stale dns

show dns forwarding statistics
sudo vi /etc/hosts
clear dns forwarding cache
sudo /etc/init.d/dnsmasq force-reload