It is still a mess, but a slightly better organized mess. Only the Fujitsu thin clients and the Raspberry Pi boxes run 24/7 today.

Rack is a StarTech 25U Open Frame Server Rack.
Ibiza LC806S Lighting Box switch.

Most of the old servers is soaking up power even when powered of. Therefore I needed some visual stuff, to let me know when stuff was running or not.

LINKSYS 26-Port Gigabit Smart Switch: Basic endpoint managed switch. Time spend here is mostly about VLANs. Traffic from AP and most VMs needs to be separated from local LAN. HPE Aruba 10GBASE SFP+. Just around 2Gb.

Patch panel: Too cheap patch panel.


Raspberry Pi 4: Test box.
Raspberry Pi 2: Transmission
Raspberry Pi 3: DNS/Pi-hole
Raspberry Pi 4: Docker containers: Proxy server, Web server (, Graylog (Centralized log server). netdata. Performance/error tracking, Pi-hole twin (It is missing in the picture to the right)

HP ProLiant DL360p G8 Server 2xE5-2680 V2 2,8GHZ 128GB RAM 2xHP 2TB 6G 7.2K SAS and 2xEMC 1TB 6G 7.2K SAS. Hyper-V 2019 host. Running Hyper-V Server mostly because I like using PS to administrative task. Most labs and testing stuff on MS server 2012/2016. Not doing much at the time due to electricity prices. Added local storage but mainly using ISCSI storage.


PLEX NAS (This box simply will not die. Must be +7-8 years old but low-power, so it keeps running).

QNAP TS-410 NAS. Just lots and lots of backups.


6xFujitsu Futro S740. K3s cluster.
2xFutitsu Futro S920. NFS/Rancher/minIO

DELL PowerEdge T210 (Hyper-V):Actually, two of theses. Was used for testing high availability and load balancing on Hyper-V. General backup.

I7-4790K. Intel I340-T4 Quad Port Gigabit Nic:It is a amazing storage solution, consider it is just old junk. Moved old mechanical disks to this box, as they were replaced elsewhere. Old workstation converted to ISCSI target/shares. TrueNAS.