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So, I'm finishing my home and wandering about ultimate overkill home setup. Not pure absurd overpriced, pure performance. Currently thinking about Mikrotik CCR2004-16G-2S+ and RUCKUS R650 as AP + some shitty PoE mikrotik router for 4 cameras. Need ~13 wired connections right now and 24 ultimately.
Do Your best.
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>>84469779
I got an aruba 48 port poe switch for $120, comes with 10gbe too
Found 2 ubiquti ap ac pros for $1 each

You don't need to spend much for a performant home network
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>>84469779
I have a wife who hates my server closet and wants to toss it
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>>84469853
she already accepted it. and it will be in garage.
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Don’t fall for the mikrotik scam
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>>84469779
what is the purpose of a home network
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>>84469853
Mine doesn't give a flying fuck about the server racks because I keep em in out utility room in thr basement. Csnt hear it upstairs or even downstairs with the door closed - shit with fans is the switch 2x servers, firewall, and Infoblox appliances.
She also doesn't pay the power bill, so there's that as well..
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>>84469779
If you want to buy Mikrotik wait a little bit.
Check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVZG7TvUxXY
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>>84469853
LeL
I have a server rack that hates my wife so I tossed her. Server rack makes money, she made money disappear
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>>84470099
nas in every room
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>>84469779
>Make a VDI HCI cluster spanning four 45U racks
>Make all 87 displays in the house also thin clients for VDI sessions
>Gaym in 4K on your west-wing winter kitchen toilet TV
>Use only 400Gbit-port Mellanox switches, maxing out LAG
>"Last full synthetic backup of my 142 TB data hoarder pile took 40 seconds"
>8K 3D NVR system with facial recognition - weird neighbors, joggers and Jehovas' witnesses are shot on sight by automated turrets
>Electricity backed by four redundant 22kW diesel generators hidden into mountainside
>Diesel reservoir should last for 20 years of nuclear winter with all generators running nonstop
>"Shadow Broker" 32 4K display setup in office, all attached to motion sensors and electric motors, following your movement with rotation
>Have twelve spare Supermicro servers that can power this monstrosity, configured and ready to go
>Fortigate 7060E is used just for your BGP network of fileshares
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>>84470520
>bgp at home
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>>84469779
Honestly though, you are perfectly fine with just one Mikrotik and Ubiquiti switch. Ubiquiti APs are perfectly fine as well.
Nice setup could look like this:
1x Mikrotik CCR1036-8G-2S+
1x Ubiquiti USW-PRO-24-POE - connected to the Mikrotik with 2x SFP+ LAG
?x Ubiquiti AP-AC-Lite or higher - Pros or AP6s if you want overkill, number depending on coverage area
This should be around $2000 in total and cover all of your needs

Why would you want a separate router for the cameras? Every scenario can be covered by just one Mikrotik.
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>>84471216
>only plays minecraft
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>>84469779
The ultimate home network would going back in time and making sure to install conduit for cables.
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>>84471369
wait this means you use all SFPs in mikrotik for LAG so you have nothing to connect your ISP' fiber end to
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>>84471703
Does your ISP provide over 1Gbit connection?
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>>84471818
yeah, through business plan tho, seemed a bit odd to use SFPS for that since ISP speed would be below their throughput and you could just do that with ethernet ports
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>>84471505
you asshole, now I wish I had

got 20 cables zip tied against my wall, at least it's a dedicated room
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>>84469779
>Mikrotik
Huge mistake right here. Undocumented, non-compliant, nonsecure pajeet tier scam.

For home, I'd use a PC server or a desktop instead of buying a used Cisco router or something. It would be the same overkill but infinitely more useful as a home server.
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>>84471310
>not saturating your 100Gb links between multiple AS at home



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