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23 minutes ago, idiocracy said:

Simple.

Sometimes simple is the best, its a PAIN to wire all this stuff xD! 

 

 

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43 minutes ago, Sousuke said:

Sometimes simple is the best, its a PAIN to wire all this stuff xD!

I suppose it could've been a lot worse. And updated the diagram.

 

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Nope....Just nope.

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This is my home network.

RED = LAN

GREEN = CAMERAS

BLUE = DMZ

YELLOW = TRUNK

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I use mostly Unifi gear, but there are some 10/100 Netgear switches in there that I didn't mention for places like my entertainment center and garage.


"Although there's a problem on the horizon; there's no horizon." - K-2SO

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My work in progress setup. Need to add in the 24 port, Spirit server (once I can get an OS to install and boot thanks HP), move the netgear switch from the family room desk to TV area and finally reconfigure the AC 1750+crapy AT&T box. 

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Good luck, Have fun, Build PC, and have a last gen console for use once a year. I should answer most of the time between midday and midnight.

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My compute server (remember to add link) HP DL380G6 2xE5520 24GB ram with 4x146gb 10k drives and 4x300gb 10K drives, running NOTHING can't get anything to work :)

WIP NAS Cisco Security Multiservices Platform server e5420 12gb ram, 1x6 1tb raid 6 for plex + Need funding 16+1 2tb raid 6 for mass storage.

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13 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

My work in progress setup. Need to add in the 24 port, Spirit server (once I can get an OS to install and boot thanks HP), move the netgear switch from the family room desk to TV area and finally reconfigure the AC 1750+crapy AT&T box. 

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you have "R700 just as AP" - do you mean a Ruckus R700? because that can only be an AP. But its a really good one.


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Just now, brwainer said:

you have "R700 just as AP" - do you mean a Ruckus R700? because that can only be an AP. But its a really good one.

no the netgear sorry its n900


Good luck, Have fun, Build PC, and have a last gen console for use once a year. I should answer most of the time between midday and midnight.

NightHawk: i5 6600k @4.1, ASUS Z170m-plus, H105, 16gb corsair vengeance LPX, Strix GTX 970 XFX RX 580 8GB, Corsair RM750X, 500 gb 850 evo, 250gb 750 evo and 5tb Toshiba x300

My compute server (remember to add link) HP DL380G6 2xE5520 24GB ram with 4x146gb 10k drives and 4x300gb 10K drives, running NOTHING can't get anything to work :)

WIP NAS Cisco Security Multiservices Platform server e5420 12gb ram, 1x6 1tb raid 6 for plex + Need funding 16+1 2tb raid 6 for mass storage.

PSU White list:

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I love to fly 

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How to get PC parts cheap 

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Just now, GDRRiley said:

no the netgear 

so you mean a Netgear R7000? I'm not seeing a "Netgear R700".


Looking to buy GTX690, other multi-GPU cards, or single-slot graphics cards: 

 

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Just now, brwainer said:

so you mean a Netgear R7000? I'm not seeing a "Netgear R700".

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Good luck, Have fun, Build PC, and have a last gen console for use once a year. I should answer most of the time between midday and midnight.

NightHawk: i5 6600k @4.1, ASUS Z170m-plus, H105, 16gb corsair vengeance LPX, Strix GTX 970 XFX RX 580 8GB, Corsair RM750X, 500 gb 850 evo, 250gb 750 evo and 5tb Toshiba x300

My compute server (remember to add link) HP DL380G6 2xE5520 24GB ram with 4x146gb 10k drives and 4x300gb 10K drives, running NOTHING can't get anything to work :)

WIP NAS Cisco Security Multiservices Platform server e5420 12gb ram, 1x6 1tb raid 6 for plex + Need funding 16+1 2tb raid 6 for mass storage.

PSU White list:

Spoiler

 

I love to fly 

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How to get PC parts cheap 

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Our current home layout.

 

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Desktop: MSI Z370M Gaming Pro | 8700k | 32GB Corsair Vengence 3000 | 1080 Ti | 2x 960 Pro 1TB | Corsair AX760 | Acer Predator X34 | 2x Dell U2415

Laptop: HP ZBook 17 G4 | i7-7820hq | 16GB | P3000 | 1080P | 1TB 600P | 500GB 850 EVO

Laptop: Dell XPS 13 9343 | i5-5200u | 8GB DDR3 | 256GB SSD | 4k Touchsceen

Laptop: HP Elitebook Folio G1 | M7-6Y75 | 8GB LPDDR3 | 600p 512GB SSD | FHD Touchsceen

Server(ESXi): Supermicro | 2x E5-2640v2 | 128GB DDR3 ECC 

Server(ESXi): Tyan | 2x E5-2640v2 | 128GB DDR3 ECC 

Nas: QNAP TVS-EC880 | E3-1246v3 | 16GB | 8x 3TB RAID6 | 2x 128GB SSD (system)

Nas: QNAP TS-EC1679U-RP | E3-1225v2 | 32GB | 8x 2TB 850 Pro RAID6 | 4x 60GB SSD RAID6 (system)

Nas: QNAP TS-451+ | J1900 | 8GB | 4x 4TB RAID6 (offsite backup)

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Current state of my Home network.

some improvements are comming, The Zyxcel is gonna change to a new QNAP nas and the switch is gonna replaced by an Ubiquiti one

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On 8/17/2014 at 6:24 AM, Ssoele said:

This thread is meant to show us your network layout.

 

Some rules

  • You must have a proper network diagram; Something made in Microsoft Visio, Gliffy (Free) or something similar.
  • No all-in-one boxes; There is not much to show off if your network only has 1 networking device.
  • It must be your own network; Don't try to impress by showing off a corporate network, we are looking for consumer networks :D

 

 

 

I will start off with showing my home network

 

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Networks

  • 0.x (Green, 0.0.0.0/0): This is the network directly from the modem, unfiltered. Settopboxes are set on a VLAN so they can communicate with my ISPs interactive services.
  • 1.x (Blue, 172.16.0.0/12): This is our main network, all normal clients are connected via WiFi or on switch 1.2 and 1.3.
  • 2.x (Orange, 192.168.0.0/16): This is our public network, everyone can connect to our public hotspot, but can't access our main network.

 

Switches

  • 0.1: TP-Link TL-SG3424
  • 1.1: TP-Link TL-SG3424
  • 1.2: TP-Link TL-SG2424
  • 1.3: TP-Link TL-SG3210
  • 2.1: TP-Link TL-SG3424

Gateways

  • 1.1: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter ER-8, this one also does the DHCP for 1.x
  • 2.1: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense

DHCP

  • 2.1: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense

DNS

  • 1.1: Supermicro server running Windows Server 2012R2
  • 1.2: Supermicro server running Windows Server 2012R2
  • 2.1: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense
  • 2.2: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense

Portal

  • 2.1: Supermicro server running Windows Server 2012R2 and acting as portal for our hotspot

Access points

  • 1.1: Ubiquiti UniFi AP AC
  • 1.2: Ubiquiti UniFi AP LR
  • 1.3: Ubiquiti UniFi AP
  • 2.1: Ubiquiti UniFi AP LR

Servers:

  • 1.1: Custom server running Minecraft with dedicated IP
  • 1.2: ESXi running multiple VM's
  • 1.3: Custom server running Windows Server 2012R2 and acting as a NAS

https://go.gliffy.com/go/publish/12300462

 

 

Here is my setup

Modem: Arris cable mdoem

Router: Linksys WRT1200AC

Switch: Netgear GS108 8 port gigabit switch

File server: HP SFF desktop running Windows Server 2012 R2

PC's:

-1 tower running Windows 10

-5 laptops (4 of them on 10, 1 on 7

-1 ps3 (not a pc but still wired in)

Wireless devices:

-phones

-iPads

-Printer

Unconnected Ethernet cable: Used to connect other pc's that i bring into the house to the network

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I've updated my network, I'll post an image later, I'm at work. :P

 

 


CPU: i5 4690 |CPU Cooler: CM Hyper 212 Evo | Motherboard: Z97-A | RAM: 4x4GB Kingston Memory 1600mhz | GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB Zotac Mini | Case: K280 Case | PSU: Cooler Master B600 Power supply | SSD: 120GB Kingston V300 SSD | HDDs: 1x 250GB & 1x 1TB WD Blue | Monitors: 24" Acer S240HLBID + 20" Dell  | OS: Win 10 Pro

 

Audio: Behringer 302USB Xenyx 5 Input Mixer | Neewer® NW-700 Microphone | Behringer PS400 Micropower Phantom Power Supply

 

Networking gear:  Dell OptiPlex 390 Domain Controller | Dell PowerEdge R210 II Exchange 2016 | TP-LINK TL-SG1024D 24-Port Gigabit | Cisco ASA 5505 VPN  | Cisco Catalyst 3750 Gigabit Switch

 

 

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So, this is the current state of play at my place. I've been holding off on spending some more $$$ on fixing up things as we're trying to buy a house (once this happens, ethernet for all!)

 

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Moving forward, the big plan is to actually fix the WiFi in the house (as I can take that with me), when I get the new WAPs (that will properly support VLANs and perhaps a captive portal setup), I'm intending on the layout being more... clean....

 

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Moonlight | Built March '17
CPU: Intel i7 6900K | RAM: 64GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666 | GPU: NVidia GTX 1080 Founders Storage: Intel 600P (512GB), WD Red (4TB) | PSU: Corsair AX860 | Cooling: Corsair H105 | Setup post >here<|

Showtime | Built November '17
CPU: Intel i7 2600 | RAM: 8GB GSkill RipJaws 1600 | GPU: NVidia GTX 750 Ti Storage: Samsung Evo 840 (250GB), Seagate BarraCuda (1TB) | PSU: Thermaltake LitePower 450 | Cooling: Thermaltake ContacSilent 12

Vault | Built December '17
CPU: Intel i5 6500 | RAM: 16GB Kingston 2133 | GPU: Onboard Storage: 4 x Seagate IronWolf (8TB) | PSU: Corsair CS550M | Cooling: CoolerMaster V8 GTS

 

 

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On 29/10/2017 at 2:29 AM, mudflapman said:

So, this is the current state of play at my place. I've been holding off on spending some more $$$ on fixing up things as we're trying to buy a house (once this happens, ethernet for all!)

 

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Moving forward, the big plan is to actually fix the WiFi in the house (as I can take that with me), when I get the new WAPs (that will properly support VLANs and perhaps a captive portal setup), I'm intending on the layout being more... clean....

 

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I like it. But can you tell me what are those dots between HV01 and HV02?

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OK, first try at this, please excuse my untrained ways.

 

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Main PC - Ryzen 1700 CPU etc, spec in my sig.

Other PC - Brothers PC.

I didn't include my other PCs such as testing rig and spares as they're not hooked up unless needed.

 

Server A - Intel i7 6700K CPU and running ESXi, with Freenas VM 12Tb storage/plex server and others

Server B - HP proliant Microserver Gen 8 running Freenas (Backup Server)

 

TV - Networked for certain applications.

Console A - Nvidia Shield for my main media player.

Console B - Xbox One S

Console C - Playstation 4

 

Modem/Router - Netgear D7000

Switches are just "Dumb" 8 port Gigabit.

Access Point - TPlink 2.4Ghz portable Jobbies, work suprisingly well.

 

Console D - Brothers Xbox One S

Console E - Brothers Playstation 4

 

All of the Devices are on the Upper floor, and so is the Modem/router and switches etc... the Wirelell signals penetrate the floors very well in fact and have complete coverage of my entire house this way.

 

Hope I did that correctly?  :D

 

 


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  • Lenovo G50 - 8Gb RAM - Samsung 860 Evo 250GB SSD - DVD writer
  •  
  • Displays:-
  • Panasonic 55" 4k TV
  • LG 29" Ultrawide
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  • Storage/NAS/Servers:-
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  • Backup server - HP Proliant Gen 8 4 bay NAS running FreeNAS ZFS striped 3x3TiB WD reds
  • HP ProLiant G6 Server SE316M1 Twin Hex Core Intel Xeon E5645 2.40GHz 48GB RAM
  •  
  • Gaming/Tablets etc:-
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  • PS4
  • Nvidia Shield TV
  • Xiaomi/Pocaphone F1 128GB 6GB RAM
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
  • Lenovo k3 note
  • Windows tablet
  •  
  • Unused Hardware currently :-
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  • i7 6700K  b250 mobo - Thermaltake Core V21-  EVGA Supernova G2 650W Gold PSU
  • AMD phenom II 1055t / 8GB RAM / DVD writer
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  • Zotac GTX 1050 mini
  • Nvidia Shield K1 tablet

 

 

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4 hours ago, Brian Furious said:

 

I like it. But can you tell me what are those dots between HV01 and HV02?

It’ll be a link for live migrations, not sure if I’ll just drop another NIC in or VLAN it off yet, shall see. 


Moonlight | Built March '17
CPU: Intel i7 6900K | RAM: 64GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666 | GPU: NVidia GTX 1080 Founders Storage: Intel 600P (512GB), WD Red (4TB) | PSU: Corsair AX860 | Cooling: Corsair H105 | Setup post >here<|

Showtime | Built November '17
CPU: Intel i7 2600 | RAM: 8GB GSkill RipJaws 1600 | GPU: NVidia GTX 750 Ti Storage: Samsung Evo 840 (250GB), Seagate BarraCuda (1TB) | PSU: Thermaltake LitePower 450 | Cooling: Thermaltake ContacSilent 12

Vault | Built December '17
CPU: Intel i5 6500 | RAM: 16GB Kingston 2133 | GPU: Onboard Storage: 4 x Seagate IronWolf (8TB) | PSU: Corsair CS550M | Cooling: CoolerMaster V8 GTS

 

 

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2 hours ago, mudflapman said:

 

It’ll be a link for live migrations, not sure if I’ll just drop another NIC in or VLAN it off yet, shall see. 

While live migrations are rare, I recommend having a seperate link for that as well as any backup or replication traffic that may happen between the two. It is rather unpleasant to have your other VMs starved of throughput during a migration.


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7 hours ago, brwainer said:

While live migrations are rare, I recommend having a seperate link for that as well as any backup or replication traffic that may happen between the two. It is rather unpleasant to have your other VMs starved of throughput during a migration.

The migrations could be a fairly common thing for me, I'm a consistent tinkerer. I know I don't tend to have a great deal of action on my servers at any point in time so I'll have to see what the outcome is. Depending on what I end up running as the servers also will determine what I do of course, if I've got room for NICs, I'll run them separate.


Moonlight | Built March '17
CPU: Intel i7 6900K | RAM: 64GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666 | GPU: NVidia GTX 1080 Founders Storage: Intel 600P (512GB), WD Red (4TB) | PSU: Corsair AX860 | Cooling: Corsair H105 | Setup post >here<|

Showtime | Built November '17
CPU: Intel i7 2600 | RAM: 8GB GSkill RipJaws 1600 | GPU: NVidia GTX 750 Ti Storage: Samsung Evo 840 (250GB), Seagate BarraCuda (1TB) | PSU: Thermaltake LitePower 450 | Cooling: Thermaltake ContacSilent 12

Vault | Built December '17
CPU: Intel i5 6500 | RAM: 16GB Kingston 2133 | GPU: Onboard Storage: 4 x Seagate IronWolf (8TB) | PSU: Corsair CS550M | Cooling: CoolerMaster V8 GTS

 

 

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Network picture: 

 

Dell PE R210 II. Intel Xeon E3-1240. 16GB Ram and 2x 500GB Sata drives. Running Windows 2012 R2 and VM running my Exchange server and web server. 24 port TP-LINK Gigabit and an 8 port switch. Not in the picture, Dell Optiplex 390 Running Pfsense.

 

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CPU: i5 4690 |CPU Cooler: CM Hyper 212 Evo | Motherboard: Z97-A | RAM: 4x4GB Kingston Memory 1600mhz | GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB Zotac Mini | Case: K280 Case | PSU: Cooler Master B600 Power supply | SSD: 120GB Kingston V300 SSD | HDDs: 1x 250GB & 1x 1TB WD Blue | Monitors: 24" Acer S240HLBID + 20" Dell  | OS: Win 10 Pro

 

Audio: Behringer 302USB Xenyx 5 Input Mixer | Neewer® NW-700 Microphone | Behringer PS400 Micropower Phantom Power Supply

 

Networking gear:  Dell OptiPlex 390 Domain Controller | Dell PowerEdge R210 II Exchange 2016 | TP-LINK TL-SG1024D 24-Port Gigabit | Cisco ASA 5505 VPN  | Cisco Catalyst 3750 Gigabit Switch

 

 

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The Topology of my home currently.

 

Ubiquiti Unifi USG Pro 4

Ubiquiti Unifi US24 switch

Ubiquiti Unifi US-16-150w POE switch

Unifi Cloud Key

Unifi UAP AC Lite x2

Unifi UAP AC Pro

 

 

 

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Here is my new network topology for my home lab. I am diving into the realm of security now. It seems to be an all-out enterprise network but it is in a home. Just 4 Cisco Catalyst 3560Gs, 2 Cisco ASA 5510s, 2 Cisco 2911, and the Cisco Unified Communications Suite. This is one highly redundant home network.

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