The WareHouse has moved again!
Of course the server room would be worthless without access to the rest of the house. So I now have twenty data drops (RJ-45 connections) in the house that terminate in the server room. I also have ten 110 volt outlets in the house that connect to the UPS in the server room.
Above is a photo of the network wall in my server room (Click on the photo to see a larger image).
Area 1 is the data drops. One panel for upstairs, one panel for downstairs.
Area 2 is the electrical runs. Connecting these outlets to the UPS protects various outlets through out the house.
Area 3 is the phone wiring. The upper block is the household phone wiring. The two lower blocks are for VOIP and TELCO. I am using Sunrocket for VOIP phone service (I recently switched after using Vonage for two years) so the pig tail is plugged into the VOIP block and all the household phone jacks are VOIP enabled. If however I decide to go back to using Bellsouth or some other traditional phone service I can quickly switch the household wiring back by plugging into the other block.
Area 4 is a thermostat to control the Air Conditioner.
Here is a photo of the rest of the room. As you can see it still needs some work. Give me another week or two and it will be done.
Finally, the door had to have a push button lock.