7+ Raspberry Pi Network Tutorials
These Raspberry Pi network tutorials are designed to help you improve your home network and help you to give it extra functionality that most affordable routers don’t provide.
If you’re looking to set up a secure VPN WiFi point or just looking to extend your WiFi range, then these projects are perfect. Most of them are relatively easy to set up, so they’re ideal for both new and advanced users.
There are a few things that might complicate these tutorials, especially when dealing with WiFi. For the best compatibility, I would suggest upgrading to the Pi 3 and be using the inbuilt WiFi.
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In this tutorial, I will be going through all the steps to setting up Raspberry Pi VyprVPN. This tutorial is handy if you’re looking to connect your Pi to the VyprVPN service. There are many reasons why you may want to set up a VPN on the Raspberry Pi. The most common...read more
In this Raspberry Pi MAC address spoofing tutorial, we will be showing you how you can spoof the MAC Address of your Raspberry Pi's network interfaces, either setting it to a known different MAC address or randomly generating it on the fly. This tutorial is split into...read more
In this Raspberry Pi NordVPN tutorial, I will be going through the steps to set up the popular NordVPN service. This setup is perfect if you use your Pi in a way that you will benefit by running through a VPN service. If you’re looking for a VPN WiFi access point,...read more
In this Raspberry Pi internet speed monitor tutorial, we will be showing you how you can set up your Raspberry Pi to monitor your internet connection and save the data to Google drive. This tutorial is great if you're interested in monitoring how your download speed,...read more
In this Raspberry Pi Pi-hole tutorial, we will be setting up a network-wide ad blocker. A network-wide ad blocker works by acting as your DNS server. What the network-wide ad blocker does is act as your DNS server. Your computers our routers will connect to it for DNS...read more
A Raspberry Pi WiFi Extender is a cheap and power efficient way of increasing the total range of your WiFi Network. A WiFi extender differs a fair bit from a WiFi access point. The main difference being that instead of getting its network connection from Ethernet, it...read more
In this tutorial, we will be showing your how-to setup a Raspberry Pi Captive Portal by utilizing the popular nodogsplash software. A Captive Portal is a screen that will be shown initially to anyone who connects to your Wi-Fi Access Point. Before they can begin...read more
In this tutorial, we will be going through the steps on how to set up a basic Raspberry Pi TOR Access Point. Before you get started with this tutorial, you must have already completed our wireless access point tutorial as this tutorial is an extension of that. In this...read more
A Raspberry Pi WiFi bridge is one of the best ways of providing internet access to a device that only supports an Ethernet connection. In this tutorial, we will show you how to setup a WiFi bridge, and how to setup dnsmasq correctly to allow any device to connect...read more
In this Raspberry Pi VPN access point tutorial, we will be exploring how to set up a VPN on a WiFi access point. This tutorial builds upon our previous Wireless Access Point tutorial but makes one significant change, and this is to route all the traffic through a VPN....read more
A Raspberry Pi wireless access point is a great way to extend the length of your Wi-Fi coverage and provide additional access into your network. In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up a wireless access point, and how to configure the multiple packages that...read more
Setting up a network can be the easiest or the most frustrating thing in the world. Many different factors that may influence the difficulty of setting up your network to how you want it.
These network tutorials will hopefully make it easier but keep mind slight differences in equipment can complicate a simple process. Concerning WiFi, most of our newer projects are based on the Pi 3’s inbuilt WiFi rather than a third-party dongle. The inbuilt Wifi makes dealing with WiFi a little more comfortable.
If you’re looking for different projects such as Pi servers, then be sure to check out that page. There is quite a range of servers that you can setup on the Raspberry Pi. The tutorials are perfect if you find yourself needing to achieve a task but don’t need a fully-fledged dedicated server.
These Raspberry Pi network projects will hopefully get you going on whatever you plan to do. If there is a tutorial missing that you will like to see then be sure to suggest it, you can do this by emailing me or leaving a comment on a tutorial.