In Part One we configured a RaspberryPi to act as a Wireless Access point, providing DHCP services to wireless clients. In Part Two we then configured our Pi to provide DHCP, DNS and NTP services to the entire LAN.
In this part, we'll be taking some more responsibility away from the BTHomeHub, as well as configuring a few conveniences, such as Remote administration and useful utilities, including
- Wake On Lan
- Network Troubleshooting Tools
- Dynamic DNS Update Client (No-Ip.com)