Learn how to set up a 2log instance
2log is a free OpenSource project that can be used freely and without charge under the terms of the GPL v.3/ AGPL v.3. This means that the authors of 2log.io do not accept any liability for any damage or infringement of valid rights caused by the use of 2log.io.
In order to operate 2log, certain technical requirements must be met.
Server and Network
To run your own 2log instance, a Docker-enabled computer with x86-64 architecture is recommended. Since 2log is implemented in a very resource-efficient way, a headless Linux server with a 1.4GHz dual core and 4GB memory is sufficient.
The 2log hardware components communicate with the server via WiFi. Accordingly, the server and the IoT devices must be able to reach each other over a 2.4GHz network.
For the operation of 2log the server must be able to send e-mails. For this purpose, an SMTP mail server is required.
Machines and devices
Since the 2log Switch controls access to the devices by connecting and disconnecting power, it is important to ensure that all connected machines can handle this. Since 2log detects via power consumption whether the machine is in stand-by mode or actually working, it is ensured that a machine is never switched off from operation.
Depending on the smart sockets used for the 2log switches, it must be ensured that the machines do not draw more current than is supported by the connectors.
Learn how to add or import members to your 2log.io instance