Tag: Hardware

Electrical cabinet door closed

Ok Google, let’s get started with home automation.

As with most things, by the time I realised home automation was something I wanted to do with my house it was far too late to do it the easy way. This means my only

IBM tape library installed in server rack

HomeLab: Time to start racking.

For a while I wondered if this day would ever come, but it finally did and today it’s time to start racking…   With stacks of rack screws & nuts, a room full of servers/switches

TH IoT sensor 1

TNG update – quarter way through 2018 already?! Jeez

Hello everyone, let me start by apologising,  I cannot believe we’re quarter way through 2018 already & I don’t think I’ve posted anything yet! Sorry for not keeping the posting as frequent as usual, I’ve

HomeLab: Hardware – A look inside the lab!

After many requests for clarifying my HomeLab hardware I decided it was only right to go through what’s in the lab. So today I will go through all the hardware in detail; with full specs

HomeLab: Fixing issue with the proposed network configuration.

After a 3am epiphany about the issues I was facing the with new network configuration,  I dedicated a bit of time to redesigned my proposal. Originally the below was the planned configuration for ‘internal switches’