Homelabbing is not just a hobby to me; it is my pride, passion and joy. Being a tech-guy and having a habit of tinkering, I always wanted to have my own gear.

In my first year of employment I started with one simple desktop machine, provisioned as server and an old rickety router. I always had the backing from internet, google and the homelab subreddit, helping me overcome the challenges.

After moving to our first home, I took the liberty of investing in switches and access-points, and few more second hand machines provisioned as servers. It has been a while I have been updating and enhancing the stack, but I never got an opportunity to share details. As the setup continues to get refined, today I am here to share with you the Homelab v2.0 architecture diagram.

Homelab v2.0