After my previous post about how to replace an Eir F2000, I decided to write a post about my Home Networking Setup.
Below is a diagram of my full home networking setup:
I have Eir’s Fibre To The House (FTTH), I get speeds of 300Mbps down and 50Mbps up. This comes into the house through an underground fibre cable. This cable is terminated in an Underground (UG) Termination box and then goes to an Optical Network Termination box which converts the fibre network to a gigabit Ethernet connection.
My Router is a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter X, this creates two separate LANs one which has any devices that need to be remotely accessible (192.168.2.X) and a private LAN for normal use (192.168.1.X)
The public LAN includes a CCTV system, Raspberry Pi Cluster (TIM, NIKOLA & STEVEN) and a system for monitoring my garage alarm (See This Post).
Wifi for the house is delivered through 2 Ubiquiti UniFi Long Range Access Points, which are very reliable and I would definitely recommend them! It’s not completely necessary but I also have a Ubiquiti Cloud Key which allows for better management of the Access Points.
The rest of the private side is just Ethernet connectivity for Laptops, PCs, TVs and some of my lab stuff.
I have a networking board setup to help keep some of the networking stuff neat.
That’s my home network,
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask,