A quick debrief of my work in my lab, including accomplishments, projects, feats, and learning experiences.

My alternative to Google Drive, I use it to store and share files with my colleagues. Essentially the beginning of my labbing experience.

ESXi / vCenter:
The foundation of my lab environment, allowing me to cram as many projects as possible onto the little hardware I have.

The bread and butter of my lab, sure it's from 2012 and super outdated, but I don't care. It was cheap and runs most, if not everything I've thrown at it so far.

Ubiquiti UniFi
The core distribution backbone of my lab, all switching and wireless connectivity is handled by UniFi equipment.

Windows Server 2019 (AD, DNS):
The SSO / local DNS portion of my lab, allowing login to most of my projects with a single login as well as providing local DNS service.

(Windows Server)

3CX / VoIP.ms:
Providing VoIP connectivity inside, and outside the lab via both soft and physical phones.
Personally one of my favorite projects yet!

The centralized point of storage in my lab, sub-hosting my Plex, NextCloud, and Kamanga VMs and providing SMB shares for desktop clients.

OctoPrint / 3D Printing:
A web-based graphical interface, as well as API to connect to applications and software for my Ender 3 Pro. One of my newer additions to my lab.

Grafana/TICK Stack:
A way to gather, interpret, and display data onto a easily readible web-based interface. Useful for monitoring my lab from one centralized display.

A centralized dashboard for controlling all the smarthome devices on my network with custom integrations including Plex, Tile, etc.


Some of my favorite passion-projects.

Focusing on the revival, reuse, and implementation of Cisco Meraki MC74 VoIP Phones from the ground up.

PhoenixNet CDN:
Screenshot / Text Sharing CDN I modded to meet my needs, includes security improvements and branding.

A small friend-based PaperMC 1.16.4 Server that I whipped up for us to play from time to time.

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