A flexible Raspberry Pi based monitoring/dashboard system For years, I have been using various self-hosted services on my home network. Most of these services are small programs/tools that run on cheap single-board computers like a Raspberry Pi. Examples are e.g.:
a fine dust sensor based on an ESP8266 (see) an ADS-B receiver that provides flight data to ADS-B-Exchange a Pi that monitors my Internet using Prometeus and Grafana (source) a Grafana dashboard for my Synology NAS (Dashboard source) many other things (Roon endpoints, humidity sensors, etc.
Configure Mikrotik CAPsMAN with Chateau and Audience Mikrotiks CAPSMAN (Controlled Access Point system Manager) allows you to centralize your wireless network management to a single device. The advantage of this solution is that such a central “System Manager” (CAPsMAN) handles the configuration of the APs. This manager is responsible for providing wireless connectivity. As such, it takes care of client authentication, encryption, SSID and so on. Thus, the actual access points do not need to be configured individually.