We have three servers running LibreNMS where I work to monitor our various network devices. By and large, the software is fantastic, and we’ve built up over two years of data for hundreds of devices, which is exceptionally useful for troubleshooting. There are some quirks monitoring some of our hardware, but overall it’s been pretty good. Continue reading “LibreNMS Permissions Resetting”
Keeping wireless networks running smoothly can be a challenge, especially when you’re working with unlicensed frequencies and support hundreds or thousands of wireless connections. A tactic used by WISPs and other wireless network operators is to change frequencies on noise-affected devices, and changing frequencies may very well smooth out problematic connections. However, there is always the potential for unintended negative consequences, and this is what this post is about: being able to identify problems that arise due to frequency changes.