You need to set up your Raspberry Pi and connect to it remotely through your net

You need to set up your Raspberry Pi and connect to it remotely through your network. This means that you will need to get the Pi up and running, get it connected to your local network and then remotely connect to it from your main laptop/desktop. You will need to remotely connect to it using SSH. It is fine if you set up VNC or RDP as well, but you will need to have a screenshot of your connecting to the Pi via SSH for this submission. Hooking up a monitor/TV, keyboard, and mouse and logging on to the Pi as a desktop computer will not count for any points in this assignment. You need to remotely connect to it using a different computer. You will need to setup your wireless network, so explore using wpa_supplicant file pre-loaded with your wireless connection information into the boot partition along with the ssh file in order to get a wireless connection and ssh enabled on the first boot. If you don’t know what that previous sentence means, think of it as a research opportunity to develop a new skill – but if you are intending to connect to your Pi wirelessly, it is necessary. Include screenshots of the following:Use the DHCP client table of your router to look up the information, (2pts)
Use an IP scanner, (2pts)
Use mDNS to connect to the Pi without knowing a specific IP address (2pts)
Use an arp table or the arp command to find a MAC address corresponding to Raspberry Pis and look up the corresponding IP address to the Mac address. (2pts)
(Every time you start up your Raspberry Pi, it could have a new IP address. Demonstrate how to use the arp command from your PC to discover the IP address of your Raspberry Pi without hooking it up to a monitor.)Explain in detail, how you performed each task and what the results were. Explain in detail what each screenshot shows. State which method worked to identify your Pi’s IP address. As a reminder, do not just stop at the first successful attempt, you must use all 4 methods above.I would recommend, that if you are on your home network, you write down or label the IP address for your Pi on the outside of the case, otherwise you may need to run one of these methods again.By default, the user name on your computer is pi and the password is raspberry. To prevent other people and your classmates from accessing your computer, you will need to change the default password. Use the command passwd from the terminal window. later we will get rid of the Pi root user account, but for now we are going to keep it – just with a new password.The next step is to create a new account on your Pi. use the adduser command to add it to the same group as Pi. Use your TWU ID as your new Pi userID. For example, if your TWU id is jdoe4 that is what you should name your Pi userID.Take a screenshot of you connecting remotely to your newly setup Pi over ssh with shell prompt displaying your username and hostname (2pts) and paste it along with a detailed step-by-step description of the process you used. Think of it as writing a how to guide explaining every part in detail.The key thing is that I want you to do a headless setup for the first time. Your description should clearly explain the steps you took to setup the Pi in a headless fashion with wireless network configuration, including the multiple methods that can be used to located a computer on a network . The write up should be clear, grammatically correct, and should be able to serve as a walkthrough to someone approaching the process for the first time. You should include screenshots and/or code blocks as necessary. Submit the assignment as a Word document (docx) etc. submissions that lack details and explanation will only earn 50%.NOTE: All screenshots should show your application (Wireshark, SSH client, etc.) running in a non-maximized window, and should show part of your desktop background as well as the time/date in the taskbar/menu bar/status bar.
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