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🏡 The source code and issue tracker of my house (powered by @home-assistant)

Installation

git clone https://github.com/bdossantos/bds.home.arpa ~/Code/bds.home.arpa
~/Code/bds.home.arpa/scripts/deploy

Hardware and devices

  • 1 * APC BE700G-FR Onduleur BACK-UPS ES 700VA / 405 W
  • 1 * Google Wifi
  • 1 * Module mini-GBiC SFP Multimode-Monomode/0.55-10km
  • 1 * Netgate SG-3100
  • 1 * Netgear GS308P-100PES Switch Gigabit Ethernet 8 Ports with 4 Ports PoE
  • 1 * Netgear EAX15
  • 5 * Philips Hue Go
  • 1 * Phillips Hue hub
  • 1 * Plugable Technologies USB-BT4LE Bluetooth
  • 1 * Synology DiskStation DS720+
  • 1 * TP-Link HS100
  • 1 * TP-Link MC220L RJ45 Gigabit Converter
  • 4 * Philips Hue Motion Sensor
  • 1 * Phantom II 95 dB
  • 6 * Phillips Hue bulbs

Network

# $ ipcalc 10.92.64.0/22
# Address:   10.92.64.0           00001010.01011100.010000 00.00000000
# Netmask:   255.255.252.0 = 22   11111111.11111111.111111 00.00000000
# Wildcard:  0.0.3.255            00000000.00000000.000000 11.11111111
# =>
# Network:   10.92.64.0/22        00001010.01011100.010000 00.00000000
# HostMin:   10.92.64.1           00001010.01011100.010000 00.00000001
# HostMax:   10.92.67.254         00001010.01011100.010000 11.11111110
# Broadcast: 10.92.67.255         00001010.01011100.010000 11.11111111
# Hosts/Net: 1022                  Class A, Private Internet

10.92.64.0/22 bds.home.arpa
  10.92.64.0/24 infrastructure
    10.92.64.1 router.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.64.2 wifi.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.64.3 nas.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.64.5 wifi-ext.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.64.6 wifi-ext.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.64.7 wifi-ext.bds.home.arpa
  10.92.65.0/24 humans
    10.92.65.1 troubleshootinator.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.65.2 smartphone.bds.home.arpa
  10.92.66.0/24 IOT
    10.92.66.1 hue.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.66.2 phantomii-livingroom.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.66.4 smartplug-kitchen.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.66.5 hot-water-cylinder.bds.home.arpa
    10.92.66.6 nest-protect.bds.home.arpa
  10.92.67.0/24 Guest ?

Replace your Livebox 4 by a Pfsense Router

Internet

  • Add VLAN 832 on WAN interface: go to Interfaces -> Assignements -> VLANs
    • Parent Interface: your WAN interface
    • VLAN Tag: 832
    • VLAN Priority: 0
    • Description: "Orange Internet"
  • Edit WAN interface and setup the DHCP:
    • IPv4 Configuration Type: DHCP
    • DHCP client Configuration:
      • Send options: dhcp-class-identifier "sagem",user-class "+FSVDSL_livebox.Internet.softathome.Livebox3",option-90 $thescriptoutput
      • Request options: subnet-mask,broadcast-address,dhcp-lease-time,dhcp-renewal-time,dhcp-rebinding-time,domain-search,routers,domain-name-servers,option-90
    • DHCP6 client Configuration:
      • DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation size: none
      • Send options: ia-pd 0, raw-option 15 00:2b:46:53:56:44:53:4c:5f:6c:69:76:65:62:6f:78:2e:49:6e:74:65:72:6e:65:74:2e:73:6f:66:74:61:74:68:6f:6d:65:2e:6c:69:76:65:62:6f:78:33,raw-option 16 00:00:04:0e:00:05:73:61:67:65:6d,raw-option 6 00:0b:00:11:00:17:00:18,raw-option 11 $thescriptoutput
      • Prefix interface statement: 0
      • sla-len: 8
      • Prefix Interface: LAN
  • Add IPV6 Gateway

This helper script help you to generate Send options section:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

login='fti/*******'
pass='*********'

tohex() {
  for h in $(echo $1 | sed "s/\(.\)/\1 /g"); do
    printf %02x \'$h
  done
}

addsep() {
  echo $(echo $1 | sed "s/\(.\)\(.\)/:\1\2/g")
}

r=$(dd if=/dev/urandom bs=1k count=1 2>&1 | md5sum | cut -c1-16)
id=${r:0:1}
h=3C12$(tohex ${r})0313$(tohex ${id})$(echo -n ${id}${pass}${r} | md5sum | cut -c1-32)

echo 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:1A:09:00:00:05:58:01:03:41:01:0D$(addsep $(tohex ${login})${h})

Flash Netgate

login admin
sudo diskutil unmountDisk /dev/rdisk4
sudo dd if=/path/to/pfSense-plus-memstick-serial-23.05.1-RELEASE-amd64.img of=/dev/rdisk4 bs=4m status=progress
sudo diskutil eject /dev/rdisk4