Mini identity server that queries your router to find out who's in the office
- Ruby 2.0.0 (This app comes with a ruby-version and ruby-gemset just in case)
- Airport Extreme/Express router that has SNMP Enabled
This was mainly built to support the original play app by Zach Holman where it was used to automatically queue favorite songs based on someone's presence in the office. You can also hook snitch up to your Hubot to see who is in the office.
This app uses SNMP to query your AirportExtreme for active DHCP Clients and returns ther MAC addresses via a web URL.
Most Apple routers have 4 hours as the default DHCP lease timeout. Depending on the size of your office network. You may want to set the lease timeout to around 10 minutes to give a much more accurate response.
First, setup your bundle
Make a copy of snitch.example.yml and rename it
cp snitch.example.yml snitch.yml
Edit the snitch.yml, update router_name and list out the MAC addresses (in lowercase) and github account/username of each user you want to track.
router_name: hal.local "23:98:72:27:2e:88": martinisoft
Make sure SNMP is enabled on your AP Extreme/Express
Boot the server
It should return a comma-delimited list of usernames, compatible with play
Want to teach hubot how to talk to snitch? Load the snitch.coffee module into Hubot. Make sure you also load the github-credentials.coffee module from github-scripts, because it matches names from there.
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