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mPower static IP configuration

For many devices it's nice to have them configured with DHCP, like mobile phones. But a powerbar'd better have an IP that won't change...

By default the mPower devices come with DHCP enabled (with fallback to 192.168.1.20), in this post we'll have a look at setting a …




Puppetized mFi controller

Recently I bought a Ubiquiti mPower which is part of their mFi-line of products for home automation. This comes with the mFi controller software which is a standalone Tomcat application used to control various mFi components. These can be smart powerbars, temperature/current/motion sensors, but also custom sensors …