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Internet ---> Modem/Router (ISP Issued) --> Powerline --> Me.


8/1Mbit/s connection, and that's on a good day. I usually get less than 2Mbit/s down.
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Hmm:(

Router (in built modem) --------->> Me+ My phones + Dad's phones + Mom's phones + Friends + Laptops :)

 

Thinking of getting something better though..

 

Will add powerlines, Switches and more stuff! :D


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Looks good :D

 

A lot of redundancy, which is good.

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I am aware of that. My question still stands:why do you need such a network at home?

 

Because I am running quite a few servers, and just an all-in-one box would not be able to handle it.

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That is actually quite the setup, what are you running as hypervisor?

VMware ESXi currently. All the virtual servers are free to migrate between hosts in case of failure or me doing maintenance on one of the hosts.


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Network Diagram

Well thats my house set up!

Its a bit more complicated than that as there are now 2 virtual servers with about 20 virtual machines on each. Also there is now a raspberry pi cluster


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Now, I have abit of a weird thing going on with APs. My desktop doesn't seem to like the Ubiquti AP anymore, so they've decided not to work, so I have my old ASUS N66u running as a dedicated AP to my desktop (sitting right beside my Ubiquiti one).

There's way more devices on the wireless network but I decided not to map those. I plan on adding an additional AP to the network (a Ubiquiti one, to cover the other side of the house), and I'd also like to add some additional servers (hopefully once I get my rack set up).


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I swear I had visio on my computer.... Oh well, my network setup isn't as impressive as it was a year ago anyway


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Quite a bit :D

 OMG I don't understand why u need so many DHCP servers when u have a built in one on your modem... this is all so confusing I dont even know how to compute any of this

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I suck at this...

Why do you have your internet going directly into your ESXi host? So you don't directly connect your home network, insted you run your internet via the ESXi first?

 

(It's fine, network maping is not everyones best area :P )


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I got tired of using the N66U as a router (I guess you have thousands of reason to not use one aswell. So I went with a virtual machine on the ESXi host instead. Probably not the best way too do it but it works so why not? :)

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Hi,

What's your networking/internet setup? Me? I have the main router downstairs, and this messy, but somehow working, setup. It does very well.

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one modem next to the front door, one wire running to a cheap router above the stairs, from that 1 wire running to my PC.


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Cba taking pics, but my router is downstairs in the hallway, hidden ontop of a bookcase. I have the ethernet cable running under the carpets, it goes upstairs, over a doorframe and into my room.

 

Used to have wireless, until my mum was out for an entire day, and i put the cable in. She still thinks i'm using wireless.


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Cheapest router I could find. It works. Even gets me very close to my 100/100 over wi-fi.


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Red -bridged network

Black - wired internal network

Orange dotted - wireless

 

Most VMs are just for testing / my studies and aren't running 24/7. My laptop has the most VMs as its always with me (and i can just whip it out and try something if i want)

 

All servers running server 2012 R2 with hyper-v.

 

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