HomeLab Actual State

State July 2020

Logical Design
Datacenter I
Datacenter II

Internet:

4 Different Connections:

  • 450Mbit Download and 40Mbit Upload with 5 static public IPs from cable provider
  • 300Mbit Download and 30Mbit Upload from cable provider
  • 16Mbit Download and 1Mbit Upload from ADSL provider
  • 300 Mbit Download and 50Mbit Upload LTE router with external antennas for backup

Velocloud SD-WAN: 

Velocloud Edge 840 SD-WAN appliance, managing all Internet connections

USG-XG-8:

Ubiquiti UniFi 10GbE Internet Router with static routes for VMware NSX-T

US48-500W:

Ubiquiti UniFi PoE with 48 Ports 1GbE and 2 x 10GbE Uplink with LACP to US-16-XG

US-16-XG:

Ubiquiti UniFi with 12 Ports 10GbE SFP+, 4 Ports 10GbE-T and Uplink with LACP to US48-500W

Buero, LivingRoom and Kids:

Ubiquiti US8-60W PoE 8 Port 1GbE Switch with Jumbo Frame and VLAN Support

Garage:

Ubiquiti US16-150W PoE 16 Port 1GbE Switch with Jumbo Frame and VLAN Support

US24:

Second Datacenter with Dual 1GbE Fibre Connection and LACP

S6000:

Dell S6000 Network Switch with 32 x 40GbE QSFP and LACP Uplink Dual 10GbE to US-16-XG

Tradfri Gateway:

2 x Ikea Gateway for Light control via Apple HomeKit

Philips Hue Bridge

Hue Gateway for light bulbs and 70″ TV with Ambilight

Apple TV:

4 x Apple TV Generation 4 and 4K

Cameras:

Axis IP Cameras around the house for video surveillance

Zero Clients:

Rangee PCoIP Zero Client at the office, at the datacenter, as well at the garage for RDSH and Desktop Support

HP 476dn:

Colour Laser Printer with LAN Connect / AirPrint

WLAN:

Ubiquiti UniFi UAC-AC Pro and LR Wifi Base Stations

LTO-4:

Tandberg LTO4 AutoLoader with 8 Cartridges. Connected via SAS. Passthrough to QStar Server inside a VM

APC:

UPS from APC, RM 1500/3000 connected to LAN with a network card + Standalone versions

PDUs:

Switchable Network Power Appliances connected to LAN from Anel

IBM Switchable Monitoring PDUs. One for Line and one for the UPS. Awesome beasts….

MacPro:

Apple Mac Pro (2013) 6-Core Xeon 3.7GHz, 64GB RAM, Dual D700 GPU, Dual Dell 5K 27″ Display, 10GbE SFP+ Thunderbolt Adapter, FC Thunderbolt Adapter, 3 x 2TB NVMe local storage (Amfeltec Daugther Card)

MacBook Pro:

Apple MacBook Pro 16″ 6-Core, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD with Touch Bar and Touch ID

vSAN_VRTX:

Dell VRTX with 4 Blades with Dual Xeon Skylake, 3TB RAM, BOSS Device, 4 x 10GbE, Dual 40GbE, Dual Nvidia P4000, 4 x 800GB SSD, 4x 7,68TB SSDs, VRTX with 8 x 3,84TB SSDs and 4 x 900GB SSDs

vSAN_RX2540M2:

Fujitsu RX2540M2 with Dual Xeon 16Core 2,6GHz, 768GB RAM, Intel P3700 NVMe 800GB, 4 x 1,92TB SSDs, Nvidia T4 GPUs, Dual 10GbE and Dual 40GbE

Monster NAS x3550M3:

IBM x3550M3 with Dual Xeon, 48GB RAM, 8 x 2TB SanDisk SAS Enterprise SSDs and Dual 40GbE

vSAN_MacMini:

3 x Apple Mac Mini Server: Intel Quad Core 2,6 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 1 x Intel S3700 400GB SSD, 1 x Samsung 830 256GB SSD, 16GB USB3 Stick, Thunderbolt to PCIe Expansion with Dual 10GbE and Dual FC Adapter

vSAN_x3650M3:

IBM x3650M3 with Dual Intel Xeon, 96GB RAM, 365GB ioDrive2 FusionIO Cards, Dual 10GbE, Dual FC Adapter and SAS Disks

vSAN_x3650M4:

IBM x3650M4 with Dual Intel Xeon, 256GB RAM, 200GB Enterprise SSD as Boot Device, Quad 10GbE, Dual 40GbE, External SAS Controller for LTO and Nvidia P4

vSAN_x3690X5:

IBM x3690X5 with Dual Intel Xeon, 448GB RAM, Dual 10 GbE, Fusion IO ioDrive Duo 640GB, Teradici Apex Card, 7 x 300GB SAS 10K HDD

vSAN Supermicro Custom ESXi:

2 x Supermicro X10SDV-TP8F mainboard with Xeon-D, 128GB DDR4 RAM, 4 x 1TB SSDs SanDisk X400 SSDs, 1TB NVMe Pro SSD, 6 x 1GbE NICs, IPMI, 2 x 10GbE NICs (One Server has an IBM ServeRaid M5200 Controller with 2 x 8TB HDDs and 2 x 1TB SSDs for Cohesity Storage)

Lenovo P50:

Lenovo P50 Notebook with Intel Quad Core, 32 GB RAM, 2 x 256GB SSD, 1 x 4TB HDD and 1GbE LAN

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