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Basically, I have a pact with my neighbor. He provides me with 10/1 that would otherwise go unused, save for a few iPhones, and I provide him with tech support when he needs it. It's not the greatest thing, but it gets the job done.

 

The laptop is there solely to bridge the Alfa to wan on my WNR834, which is DMZ'd from neighbor's router and does all my routing, as well as provides me with my own private WiFI network. The WRT54G is the "visitor" AP that I can just switch off. NAS is an old netbook with a 1TB HDD running FreeNAS. Serves all my media, which is all I use it for.

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My girlfriend has quite the interesting setup over there in Australia. I did same recon on their network and it turned out they didn't have their own ISP.

Instead they had a weird setup where one person in the street got a connection, then shared his connection using a highpower AP. The connection is horrible, drops out all the time, and worst of all the networks aren't protected or separated. I was able to log into various other people's home routers with default settings, because they all shared the same subnet and DHCP and gateway. Especially if the dude's router (the gateway/DHCP) failed or whatever, it meant that we couldn't even access our own router.

 

Naturally I changed all that, so that her connection with her router was a lot better for local things, but the public connection's still horrible.

 

(sorry about the bad scheme, I was lazy and frankly it doesn't deserve better :P):

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Me and three roommates, all wired connections are 1G ethernet. the two wireless APs are in opposite corners of the house to provied the most coverage. everything is wired because for some reason wifi speeds are crap on all devices at any distance from the APs, even on 5Ghz (no neighbours are using 5Ghz)

 

Incoming connection is 50/10 VDSL.

raspberry Pi is running raspBMC and is connected to our TV. Ubuntu Server acts as a media server, and anything else we need.

 

setup spans three floors of our house.

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my humble network...

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nothing complex..... simple home network which is way overkill considering the usage since blueray player,tv and nas are rarely online.... nas is only used for backup 


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A quick draw up of my setup.. Ask and I'll gladly elaborate..

 

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Here's one I'm due to setup, I've had it showing in my own thread regarding whether it was setup correctly - enjoy 

 

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Well Heres Some of mine.   I wasnt able to put all the cables on and this doesnt even touch any of the Vlans, Routing or VPN links.  So just some of the physical layer.

At some point I will post the real time network diagram im working on, yay for SNMP

 

Key:

Red  = 1Gbs

Black = 100 Mbs

Orange = 100Mbs Port Channels

Green = 4GBs Multimode OM4 Fibre

Blue = 1GBs Multimode OM4 Fibre

 

Any links close togeather are Aggregated links with Spanning Tree enabled (oviously )

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Well Heres Some of mine.   I wasnt able to put all the cables on and this doesnt even touch any of the Vlans, Routing or VPN links.  So just some of the physical layer.

At some point I will post the real time network diagram im working on, yay for SNMP

 

Key:

Red  = 1Gbs

Black = 100 Mbs

Orange = 100Mbs Port Channels

Green = 4GBs Multimode OM4 Fibre

Blue = 1GBs Multimode OM4 Fibre

 

Any links close togeather are Aggregated links with Spanning Tree enabled (oviously )

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Goodness grief man. Is this at your house or work environment? 


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My humble network:

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Not showing the wireless stuff, wich is a mess of families phones, chromecasts, tablets and other gimmiks


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House. There are way more devices but I was starting to go insane adding them all to the diagram!

What is the power usage of the entire rack? Can't be cheap to power that thing.

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What is the power usage of the entire rack? Can't be cheap to power that thing.

Currently at idle its using about 5-6 Amps at 1300W - 1400W

 

Cost on idle I think is arround £180 a month. Ex VAT

 

With regards to on full load.  This I havent tested yet,  But will probably turn out to be just under double the numbers above.  When I do ill reply back to this

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I would love to do what your doing here, this is actually beautiful I take my hat off to you sir, as I sai would love to do what your doing well on this scalw, trouble is im 17 and can't even convince my dad (biggest technaphobe) to get a decent router so I'm stick with what I got.

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I would love to do what your doing here, this is actually beautiful I take my hat off to you sir, as I sai would love to do what your doing well on this scalw, trouble is im 17 and can't even convince my dad (biggest technaphobe) to get a decent router so I'm stick with what I got.

Im guessing you mean me?  didn't quote :)

 

The way i got arround "parenting" issues was i just went and bought the stuff of ebay and timde it exactly so it would arrive when no ones home, muahahahha     (dont get your self in to troble though!)

To be fair I did ask first and spend weeks of perswading.  Are you intrested in IT, servers networking? doing a course even?  This is allways a good excuse to buy devices

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Im guessing you mean me?  didn't quote :)

 

The way i got arround "parenting" issues was i just went and bought the stuff of ebay and timde it exactly so it would arrive when no ones home, muahahahha     (dont get your self in to troble though!)

To be fair I did ask first and spend weeks of perswading.  Are you intrested in IT, servers networking? doing a course even?  This is allways a good excuse to buy devices

 

Yeah, I am, I am currently studying IT at college and off to University soon to study computer systems and networks. I have got some old cisco enterprise and a couple old dell servers just to play around and I did it like you said just got it off ebay. Hehe but I want to get a better home router that will allow me to set my servers up in a DMZ so I can get to them over the internet and maybe host some stuff of them for me and a few friends but stuck with a shitty old BT HH5 that you cannot configure at all. 

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Yeah, I am, I am currently studying IT at college and off to University soon to study computer systems and networks. I have got some old cisco enterprise and a couple old dell servers just to play around and I did it like you said just got it off ebay. Hehe but I want to get a better home router that will allow me to set my servers up in a DMZ so I can get to them over the internet and maybe host some stuff of them for me and a few friends but stuck with a shitty old BT HH5 that you cannot configure at all. 

Could just set up a vpn server on one of the dells and port forward which ever vpn protocol you use to the server. Wham bam thank ya mam'


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Haha, new setup. :D

 

Cable modem --> WNR1000 Router --> Netbook --> WNR3000 V3 Router --> Athena or my Dell


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Haha, new setup. :D

 

Cable modem --> WNR1000 Router --> Netbook --> WNR3000 V3 Router --> Athena or my Dell

Fuckshit. I still have the old setup. Gotta do something new.


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Could just set up a vpn server on one of the dells and port forward which ever vpn protocol you use to the server. Wham bam thank ya mam'

 

That, Is genius? Why did I never thought of this, Recommendations for a vpn server? 

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