Home portal to list services on the network?

Discussion in 'Networking, Telephony & Internet' started by Revenger, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. Revenger

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    Recently I have tended to test and run diffrent systems that use web and other interfaces with ports etc.

    Keeping track of what I am testing / running on what IP and what port can be a pain.

    Things like:
    U-Nas
    Proxmox
    My actual server
    Test VM server
    Freenas Testing
    NAS Services with diffrent ports
    Other software not listed here.

    I tend to have a bunch if random IP's and ports to connect to with those IP's.
    I do have a DNS server where I deciate continued devices my server nas game consoles etc.

    While I can remember some of the most used the ones like Proxmox or U-Nas I just setup and use I have to type in the start of the IP into Chrome and then click on the entry for that service if the IP hasn't changed.

    I was wondering if there was a better way to manage these services as a portal I can run on my server.

    I know I had a portal thread before and see people use MediaWiki which I thought about a little to just add in all the enteries once I get them on Static DHCP leases in a IP range for testing servers .5x or something.

    Just wondering what you guys use for doing this.
     
  2. TheWedgie

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    I just have a folder of bookmarks in Chrome, for the web interfaces.

    The other stuff I have a postit note on the pinboard next to my desk :lol:
     
  3. waltermitty

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    just make a simple html page with links
     
  5. evilasdeath

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    what router you got? Mosy run dnsmasq under the hood which you can create your own dns zone.

    then you remember things by name
     
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    Revenger

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    Looks interesting will give it a shot on my internal server host.

    I do have things by name as my linux system is a DNS server but it adds up the amount of names I am using especially in longer term testing adds up to about 20-30 hostsnames.
     
  7. power

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    folder in browser, really why would you bother to do anything else?
     
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    Revenger

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    Finally getting around to looking at Heimdall but don't know how to install it.

    The readme is vauge on what dependancies are needed.
    Then it mentions to do this:

    Code:
    cd /path/to/heimdall
    cp .env.example .env
    php artisan key:generate
    
    Which I get this error

    Code:
    php artisan key:generate
    PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected '?', expecting variable (T_VARIABLE) in /home/server/public_html/vendor/zendframework/zend-diactoros/src/functions/marshal_uri_from_sapi.php on line 83
    
    When I try to go to the server in the browser I get a / is forbidden message.
     
  9. waltermitty

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    just run it in docker
     

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