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  1. Thanks, I will look into that before I make any changes to my home network. Found a good deal $60 for a D-lnik 3324SR 24-porter gigabit layer 3 / lag 3 switch managed & stackable. Good option? Though I could upgrade the server with a card like this? 10Gtek® 10GbE PCIE Network Card with Broadcom BCM57810S Chip, Dual SFP+ Ports, 10 Gigabit PCI Express x8 LAN Adapter, 3-Year Warranty https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GHTXFJ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_BHFWEb5GQ0Y6V I’ve always been an Intel guy so I’m curious to try Ryzen, probably 3600X. Thanks for the tip. I will definitely look into those and think about it. Yes, thanks for the link! Wow, and no complaints. Good stuff huh? I probably won’t be going with ECC for this server then. Thanks for the help. It’s much appreciated and needed since am fairly new to the server space but I’m learning fast. Lots to learn:)
  2. I though so.. These are the only once ive seen that match the solution I see in my head. Maybe another solution? Nice, a bit expensive...but those risers looks like what I was searching for. Thanks!
  3. Yes, I was lazy and diddnt write the -e:p Ive looked into this. So if the motherboard supports its, what hardware do you need to split the slot? Ive been searching for someting like this: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000273155502.html?spm=a2g0s.8937460.0.0.46cd2e0eJpDyKq https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32866725427.html?spm=a2g0s.8937460.0.0.46cd2e0eJpDyKq Im interested in using 4 M.2s in RAID 0 with example "Asus Hyper M.2 X16" on one of the PCIe slots on the next motherboard I will buy.
  4. Thansk for greate reply. have a fiber connection with around 100Mbps up/dows, a RT-AC3200 router, but need a switch since im starting to eat up all the eth ports on the router. Im look to buy (ussed) Linksys LGS116 (approx. $40) and / or NETGEAR GS108 (approx. $30). I am considering the 16 port Linksys becuase I would like to test the performance when using a 4 port eth from the Unraid server / NAS. Im thinking of going Ryzen for the first time my next PC build and server upgrade. Nice, im looking at the "Asus Pro WS X570-ACE" would do you think about that board? Its do bad it dosent have another x1 PCI slot. I would like to have and or two more. Know of a PCI riser/splitter that turns a x8 or 16 into two x4 or 8 slots? I like LPX for my daily driver, could use it for the server aswell if im not going with ECC. I would like to host a website or two on from the Unraid server at first. Regarding webserver/traffic, then it would be important to use ECC? (Eventually I would like to have a dedicated webserver). Im currencly running Unraid baremetal and experimenting with Docker containers and soon VMs there. (Tested VirtualBox on Windows before for VMs).
  5. I do. I have a 3.0 and a 2.0. I would like to use one of them (the 3.0) for a 4G router as a backup if my eth goes down the 4G would kick in. I guess the Pi Zero could use the 2.0 USB port on my router for the Pihole. Atm im testing / setting up Pihole (Docker) on Unraid. I like the idea of compartmentalization some things, but im not sure im it would be best to run Pihole on my Unraid server or a Pi. What do you guys think?
  6. I have been thinking about the same things. What if you dont have enough PCI slots on the motherbord and would like to use a x8 or 16 slot and split it into two x4 or 8 slots to be able to connect more PCI cards?
  7. Yes. What would the difference be to run Pi Hole on a Ubuntu VM / Docker? Maybe I should only get a Pi for a small NAS and a Pi for web server (testing and learning) ?
  8. What CPU, motherboard and RAM (ECC) combination would you recommend for this use cases? $500-1000 for my second server after I want to build a more reliable server and permanent home server. Also, would you use windows with hyper-v etc og Linux or something other OS bare metal?
  9. Nice! Going to buy a couple of Pi’s next week. What do you think? Zero for ad blocker 3B+ for PiVPN 3B+ for NAS 4B for web server
  10. I’m still very new to this. Just done some research. LAMP = Linux + Apache + MySQL + PHP. I have several hard drives I can use for testing and projects. All I’m missing is some Pi’s. Can’t wait to order and start tinkering:)
  11. I have a spare 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD I can use for the NAS. I’m not sure yet since I already have a 1TB WD NAS, but want to build one with Pi to learn. I guess I don’t need any hard drives for the Pi web servers since I don’t host the video on the Pi’s. Just LAMP & WP on the SD if I’ve understood this correctly so far.
  12. Yeah, would be much more to learn and fun when setting it up our selves, and och save money in the long run. A VPS then wouldn’t be much useful if there are more visitors. My goal is to building a Pi NAS and PiVPN as well with a Pi3 probably as well. I guess I should setup the web server on the Pi4 with 4GB? Any Pi expansion you would want? And what size of SD would you recommend 32-64-128GB + maybe add a small SSD as well if useful in this case?
  13. Ok, then I have some keywords to search for. Have to research that too. Thanks for the info:)
  14. Ok, thanks for the tip. What’s is that, any link to article / info?
  15. Okey thanks for sending me in the right direction. Would like to setup a basic Wordpress "blog"/site, with member login and some videos public (without login) and some locked content videos. I haven’t figured out how to host the videos yet. I guess it would be best to host them on a separate site like Bitchute or something for example?
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