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network [2018-05-12 01:12]
tim [Layer 2]
network [2019-05-24 11:52]
tim [Layer 3]
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 ^ Name ^ Model ^ Location ^ ^ Name ^ Model ^ Location ^
-| <​del>​switch-g11-a</​del>​ | <​del>​Dell PowerConnect 6024</​del>​ | <​del>​Top-rack</​del>​ | 
-| <​del>​switch-g11-b</​del>​ | <​del>​Dell PowerConnect 5224</​del>​ | <​del>​Mid-rack</​del>​ | 
-| <​del>​switch-g11-c</​del>​ | <​del>​Netgear GS724T</​del>​ | <​del>​Server-shelf</​del>​ | 
 | switch-g11-d | HPE A5120-48G | Top-rack | | switch-g11-d | HPE A5120-48G | Top-rack |
 | switch-g1 | 3Com/HP A5500-48G | G1 ceiling | | switch-g1 | 3Com/HP A5500-48G | G1 ceiling |
 | switch-roof | HP Procurve 8-port | Block B roof/plant room | | switch-roof | HP Procurve 8-port | Block B roof/plant room |
 +| switch-roof-b | HP Procurve 24-port | Block B roof/plant room |
 | other unmanaged edge switches ||| | other unmanaged edge switches |||
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-      unifi-g6 -- switch-g11-d  +      unifi-g6 -- switch-g11-d 
-                      / \ +                      / \     
-                     / ​  \+                     / ​  ​\ ​   ​switch-roof-b -- ap-roof
                     /     \                     /     \
-                   / ​     switch-roof ​-- tl-wr703n+                   / ​     switch-roof
                   /                   /
           switch-g1 ​                   switch-g1 ​        
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       [multiple in g1]       [multiple in g1]
 </​code>​ </​code>​
- 
-==== Future Plans ==== 
- 
-We have acquired and are currently migrating to an HP A5120-48G switch. This is expected to serve all of the switching for G11. 
  
 ===== Layer 3 ===== ===== Layer 3 =====
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 Internal IPv4 10.38.32.0/​20,​ with an external NAT address of 185.34.62.2. Internal IPv4 10.38.32.0/​20,​ with an external NAT address of 185.34.62.2.
  
-Routing is currently ​handled by a Mikrotik RouterBOARD 450G. +Routing is handled by [[servers#oxygen|oxygen]], a Dell PowerEdge R610 running ​RouterOS.
- +
-==== Future ==== +
- +
-In future, routing will be handled by VMs on [[servers|Oxygen]], both running ​[[https://​bsdrp.net/​|BSDRP]]. +
- +
-At this point we will be splitting the responsibilities of the old Mikrotik 450G into two - One VM (Nickel) to handle our edge (BGP speaking + Public IP Space Gateway), and one (Iron) to handle NAT and act as a gateway for all internal space. [[https://​www.freebsd.org/​doc/​handbook/​firewalls-pf.html|PF]] will be handling NAT + Firewalling on these machines.+
  
 ===== WiFi ===== ===== WiFi =====
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 ^ Hostname ^ Location ^ SSIDs ^ ^ Hostname ^ Location ^ SSIDs ^
 | unifi-g1 | G1 (Main room) | Hacklab, spacenet | | unifi-g1 | G1 (Main room) | Hacklab, spacenet |
-| unifi-g2 | G2 (Laser/​3D-printing ​room) | Hacklab, spacenet | +| unifi-g2 | G2 (Laser room) | Hacklab, spacenet | 
-| unifi-g6 | G6 (Hot Glue's room) | Hacklab, spacenet |+| unifi-g6 | G6 (Sensational Systems' ​office) | Hacklab, spacenet |
 | unifi-g8 | G8 (Workshop) | Hacklab, spacenet | | unifi-g8 | G8 (Workshop) | Hacklab, spacenet |
-wr703n1 ​Roof | spacenet | +unifi-makerbee ​Floor 2 (MakerBee'​s office) ​| spacenet | 
- +| ap-roof | Roof | spacenet |
-The UniFi APs also host a private SSID for our door access system.+
  
 See [[wifi|WiFi]] for client connection details. See [[wifi|WiFi]] for client connection details.
network.txt · Last modified: 2019-05-24 11:52 by tim