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Had a bored moment so I decided to make a little diagram of my home network.

I thought it might be interesting to see what other people have setup so knock something up and post here.

 

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Here is older drawing - needs some updating, and will be changing out the AP with a unifi ac as soon as it shows up.  And think I am going to vlan out the dvr's and the envi, etc.

 

[attachment=361235:home1.jpg]

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Bud, is your inet cloud grey and stormy looking purely because it's Comcast ;) ?

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hehehe ;) how did you know!

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Bloody hell Budman, is what you have at home?

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Mine looks relatively simple compared to yours.

 

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Mine looks relatively simple compared to yours.

 

That's how I feel after seeing Budman's setup!

 

Just realized I didn't include my wireless devices. Pretty much just the normal array of phones, 2 laptops and 2 Android tablets.

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yeah that is home network, left out lot of details on the esxi side - but all the basics are there.  I keep meaning to update it to include details like layer 2 and 3 and power, serial numbers, etc..  Just too lazy and I change stuff quite often.

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yeah that is home network, left out lot of details on the esxi side - but all the basics are there.  I keep meaning to update it to include details like layer 2 and 3 and power, serial numbers, etc..  Just too lazy and I change stuff quite often.

 

I love your setup but why so much for a home network?  Is it just because you can and you love testing or do you run a small business out of your home?  Either way I am impressed.

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yeah that is home network, left out lot of details on the esxi side - but all the basics are there.  I keep meaning to update it to include details like layer 2 and 3 and power, serial numbers, etc..  Just too lazy and I change stuff quite often.

 

Something like http://www.fusioninventory.org/ and GLPI not of any use?

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This is mine

 

[attachment=361239:network.PNG]

 

 

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I don't see it as anything over the top for a home network - I would think anyone that understands basic networking and visualization would run a sim sort of setup.  There is not really fancy at all, it is all low cost home priced equipment.  The most expensive thing will be the unifi AC accesspoint that is in the mail.  This is just so I can play with AC, and the software based controller, etc.

 

I do plan on breaking out some stuff to vlans now that actually have vlan support on my wireless AP.  And really itchy to pull the trigger on a sg300-10 so I can move my dumb switch with the current smart one and run trunking to the living room and isolate my popcorn and the dvrs from the rest of my network.  And if going to do that might as well vlan out my current cost.

 

So yeah some play for sure, but its really jut 2 segments lan and wlan, which is common practice if you know how and have the equipment.  Not sure why anyone would want their wireless sharing the broadcast domain for practical along with security reasons.

 

BTW - I left off the remote vpns and servers, I have 2 vps (west cost and east cost) along with a box in NL and shared hosting box in US..

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This is my setup.  I get a huge discount through CDW for being an enterprise customer and ordering $500k+ in product yearly, so I indulged myself on my network hardware.

 

The 24 port procurve may have been overkill... but I love it.

 

[attachment=361241:file.png] 

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I don't know where to get those images made, so I'll just post as text

 

VM Superhub running in modem mode >> Cisco E4200 >> (Wired to main pc) >> all wireless devices connected to 2.4ghtz (4 phones, 2 tablets 2 pc's)

Netgear WNHDE111 bridge connected to 5ghtz >> PS4 and Blu Ray Player wired to bridge

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Modem/router - 2 desktops - netbook - Xbox. - And occasionally a wireless printer. Since its not always on .

 

Thats it

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I want to open up some roles of the server to manage some media and file data for the home. For the rest of the network, I'll lock down a testing environment using a few separate VLANs to accomplish some ad-hoc server client testing.

 

[attachment=361477:20140526_Home Network Diagram.PNG]

 

 

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I don't know where to get those images made, so I'll just post as text

 

Did mine as a PowerPoint slide and then exported it as a JPG.

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Home_network.png

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I've been meaning to sketch one out. I made one real quick and even added shape details

 

[attachment=361527:Network_Diagram.jpg]

 

Windows Desktop 2 and Galaxy S4 are my roommate's. These are devices used on a daily basis only - there are plenty of other wireless devices that I have but don't use daily (didn't want to clutter the diagram). Any device without a line/arrow to it are connected via wireless.

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Here's mine:

 

[attachment=361547:Network Diagram - 2014-05-27.png]

 

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Finally got around to updating my Visio -

 

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