Home Lab 2017 Update

The lab hasn’t changed much this year apart from my core switch dying.  I’ve moved a couple of disks around and hot swapped a failing boot drive, but that’s all.  We did switch our ISP from CenturyLink (DSL) to Service Electric (Cable).  I’m much happier with the speeds and uptime.  From the bottom up and left to right, I have…

  • APC BackUPS XS1500 (UPS)
  • APC BackUPS XS1300 (UPS, not working)
  • Dell Dimension E310 (pfSense router)
  • Dell PowerVault MD1000 with 6 2tb drives in RAID5, and 2 3tb drives in RAID1 (DAS SAS enclosure)
  • 3COM SuperStack 10/100 Switch (core switch, temporary until it’s replaces with a gigabit switch)
  • Dell Poweredge 2950 with 8gb RAM, 2 approx. 146 gb SAS drives in RAID1, and 2x Dual Core Intel Xeon 5140 @ 2.33GHz
    1. Dedicated Tekkit Legends Server
  • Dell Poweredge 2950 with 16gb RAM, 2 approx. 146 gb SAS drives in RAID1, and 2x Dual Core Intel Xeon 5160 @ 3.0 GHz
    • KVM
      1. SSH Jump Box
      2. Certificate Authority
      3. PHP Asset Manager (check out my GitHub)
      4. FreePBX
      5. VPN
      6. GitLab
      7. LibreNMS
      8. Onlyoffice
      9. Python Sandbox
      10. Transmission Torrent Server (Used to Seed Linux isos)
  • Dell Poweredge 2950 with 8gb RAM, 2 approx. 146 gb SAS drives in RAID1, and 2x Dual Core Intel Xeon 5148 @ 2.33GHz
    1. File Server
      1. Samba
      2. Netatalk (AFP for Time Capsule Backups)
    2. Docker
      1. This WordPress Instance
      2. MySQL
      3. Piwik Analytics
      4. Password Manager
      5. Unifi Controller
      6. Apache
      7. OwnCloud
      8. Open LDAP
      9. Portainer
      10. Dynamic IP Update Notification Service
    3. WeeWX (Weather station logging application)

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