If someone was wondering, that's my pantry/laundry room/sever room. LOL.
Utilitarian is the name of the game, man.
We have Unifi gear as firewall -USG Pro (*)- and for the WiFi access points -2x AP-AC-LR-, plus PoE switch - US-8-60.
The main Internet connection is a vDSL 50/20, we are using a FritzBox 7590 as DSL modem. You can't see the FritzBox because it's downstairs, near the RJ11 wall socket.
On top of the LarkRack you can see a TP-Link Archer MR200 which is our 4G backup.
I'm pretty happy so far of the way it turned out. Next step, I think, it'll be change the two Netgear GS108T around the apartment with a couple of Unifi US-8. We'll see. :)
Some more pictures:
|Anton KVM Hypervisor - Plex Server running in a virtual machine.|
|FreeNAS iSCSI storage.|
|USG Pro and US-8-60.|
|TPLink Archer MR200|
|Eaton Ellipse ECO 800|
(*) We use to have a USG but I like to use IPS and DPI, and Smart Queues. The USG could not handle it and it was a bottleneck for our meager 50Mbit/s vDSL, so we had to upgrade to USG Pro.