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Raberry Pi Networking and Remote Access Help

Discussion in 'Networking' started by earleybeast, Apr 13, 2017.

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  1. earleybeast

    earleybeast Thread Starter

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    I am setting up four different Rasberry Pi in a night club that are going to run ads on several different TVs. I need the customer to have access to change the ads from outside the club. I have an ATT modem and I will cascade to a Netgear Prosafe smart managed switch that will be connected to all Pis. I have to consider security integrity on the network but I want the customer to be able to remote these Pis fairly easy. I was thinking of a remote program like remote.it but I was wondering if any one had any other suggestions or pitfalls I may run into.
     
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    It appears the AT&T modem is also a router. You need to find out if you can bridge this modem/router to be only a modem. What is the process by which ads are changed on these Raspberry Pi's?
     
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    I was planning just playing MP4 files on a loop from the Pi. To update the files we would just have to replace the MP4 file with the updates one.
     
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