NEMs via POE

Have you done something on your NEMS server to make it more usable for yourself? Want to share your code? I'd love for you to share and may include your ideas in future releases of NEMS.
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JatBee
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NEMs via POE

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This may fall into the "incredibly obvious category", but I found it to be useful.

I am running several RPis (one with Nems) POE via a simple adapter. Like this one. (there are alot of these of various makes and features. No connection to this one, except it works). I'm also tinkering with the POE Hat for Rpi - to the same end.

http://amzn.to/2FLZkv8
http://amzn.to/2FLcrNf

My switches at least (ubiquiti) seem to have no issues. I know it may not be the most elegant thing - but it is close, and gets the job done. It makes Nems even smaller footprint and easier to deploy.

As a related note, since we're on the topic of motioning, this also works quite well (even with a pi zero)with Tshark or something similar for packet capture, particularly if your switches can do mirror port.

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JayBee - I absolutely LOVE this idea! Great suggestion, thanks. I'll order one of these for testing and then add it to our supported hardware.

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Re: NEMs via POE

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I am using the Raspberry Pi POE HAT from PiShop with a RPI4 4GB board.

My system is TP-Link Omada and my POE switch runs the device with no issues.

It makes a really clean solution as my nems server is just the rpi case and a short Cat6 cable.

This is a perfect way to run headless SBC's
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Re: NEMs via POE

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JatBee wrote: Sat Mar 10, 2018 9:11 am This may fall into the "incredibly obvious category", but I found it to be useful.

I am running several RPis (one with Nems) POE via a simple adapter. Like this one. (there are alot of these of various makes and features. No connection to this one, except it works). I'm also tinkering with the POE Hat for Rpi - to the same end.

http://amzn.to/2FLZkv8
http://amzn.to/2FLcrNf geometry dash

My switches at least (ubiquiti) seem to have no issues. I know it may not be the most elegant thing - but it is close, and gets the job done. It makes Nems even smaller footprint and easier to deploy.

As a related note, since we're on the topic of motioning, this also works quite well (even with a pi zero)with Tshark or something similar for packet capture, particularly if your switches can do mirror port.

JayBee
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