03/18/2018
Growing with Ubiquiti
Reason for Installation
Main building with a wireless point to point connection to our back building. Details to come.
Used Products
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Location
3333 Moline St, Aurora, CO 80010, USA
Description

More pictures coming soon!

 

Main Site:
    Internet:
        Comcast Business Class 120Mbps down 15Mbps up
    Ubiquiti:

        1x USG-PRO-4

        1x XG-16
        3x US-48 connected by 10g sfp+ to US-XG-16
        1x US-8-150w connected by 1g sfp to US-XG-16
        2x UAP-AC-LR, one connected through US-8-150W and one through US-48

        1x NBE-5AC-GEN2, ptp between main building and back building

        2x Ethernet surge protectors

        4x UVC-G3-DOME
    Other:
        6x Dell PowerEdge R610 using all 4 onboard ethernet ports with an additional 4 port gigabit ethernet card (ubuntu vms)

        Dell PowerEdge R510
        Dell tape library
        Grandstream 4 port fxo to sip adapter
        6x Cisco Deskphones
        Everything on 2 x CyberPower 3000W UPS

 

Back Building:

    Internet:

        PTP to Main Site, 400mbps ish

    Ubiquiti:

        1x NBE-5AC-GEN2

        2x Ethernet surge protectors

        1x US-48-500W

        1x US-48

        3x UAP-AC

        5x UVC-G3

        43x UVC-G3-DOME

    Other:

        Dell PowerEdge R510, 4port gige card, 12x 4tb hdds, 2x 120gb ssd, 32gb ram

        CyberPower 3000W UPS

        3x Power expansion packs

 

Remote Site 1:
    Internet:
        Comcast Xfinity 120Mbps Down 5-15Mbps Up
    Ubiquiti:
        UniFi Security Gateway
        UniFi Switch 8 60w
        UniFi AP AC LR
    Other:
        Workstation
        Cisco Desk Phone
        500W ups

 

Remote Site 2:
    Internet:
        Comcast Xfinity 75Mbps Down 5-15Mbps Up
    Ubiquiti:
        UniFi Security Gateway
        UniFi Switch 8 60w
        UniFi AP AC LR
    Other:
        Workstation
        Cisco Desk Phone

 

 

It was a mess when I started.

 

IMG_0952.JPGBefore

 

rk5zomR4QdO+DR2xQR+EVA.jpgBack building mount

 

yccYJiKNQo+CulKvOFBDxA.jpgView from back building

 

wnUlzBcVSy+rSj2RRS4rKA.jpgNo Zoom

 

5N09rEQ5Qx+Xf232o%DEog.jpgLong run across the roof 275ft

 o2y%VWkZSimlYQlnJemWxA.jpg

 

xU7R%5YoRzar0F2%ZZma3g.jpgMain building mount

 

65wpiFYeSbWkr61rw%ruAg.jpgView from main building

 

Eg50X8uDRAKVW0LuYTPcYg.jpgView back from NanoBeam

 

DvUITU9wSZ+vBRMhhyyYQg.jpgServer Rack

 

Growing with Ubiquiti

by ‎03-18-2018 12:12 PM - edited ‎04-19-2018 09:15 PM

More pictures coming soon!

 

Main Site:
    Internet:
        Comcast Business Class 120Mbps down 15Mbps up
    Ubiquiti:

        1x USG-PRO-4

        1x XG-16
        3x US-48 connected by 10g sfp+ to US-XG-16
        1x US-8-150w connected by 1g sfp to US-XG-16
        2x UAP-AC-LR, one connected through US-8-150W and one through US-48

        1x NBE-5AC-GEN2, ptp between main building and back building

        2x Ethernet surge protectors

        4x UVC-G3-DOME
    Other:
        6x Dell PowerEdge R610 using all 4 onboard ethernet ports with an additional 4 port gigabit ethernet card (ubuntu vms)

        Dell PowerEdge R510
        Dell tape library
        Grandstream 4 port fxo to sip adapter
        6x Cisco Deskphones
        Everything on 2 x CyberPower 3000W UPS

 

Back Building:

    Internet:

        PTP to Main Site, 400mbps ish

    Ubiquiti:

        1x NBE-5AC-GEN2

        2x Ethernet surge protectors

        1x US-48-500W

        1x US-48

        3x UAP-AC

        5x UVC-G3

        43x UVC-G3-DOME

    Other:

        Dell PowerEdge R510, 4port gige card, 12x 4tb hdds, 2x 120gb ssd, 32gb ram

        CyberPower 3000W UPS

        3x Power expansion packs

 

Remote Site 1:
    Internet:
        Comcast Xfinity 120Mbps Down 5-15Mbps Up
    Ubiquiti:
        UniFi Security Gateway
        UniFi Switch 8 60w
        UniFi AP AC LR
    Other:
        Workstation
        Cisco Desk Phone
        500W ups

 

Remote Site 2:
    Internet:
        Comcast Xfinity 75Mbps Down 5-15Mbps Up
    Ubiquiti:
        UniFi Security Gateway
        UniFi Switch 8 60w
        UniFi AP AC LR
    Other:
        Workstation
        Cisco Desk Phone

 

 

It was a mess when I started.

 

IMG_0952.JPGBefore

 

rk5zomR4QdO+DR2xQR+EVA.jpgBack building mount

 

yccYJiKNQo+CulKvOFBDxA.jpgView from back building

 

wnUlzBcVSy+rSj2RRS4rKA.jpgNo Zoom

 

5N09rEQ5Qx+Xf232o%DEog.jpgLong run across the roof 275ft

 o2y%VWkZSimlYQlnJemWxA.jpg

 

xU7R%5YoRzar0F2%ZZma3g.jpgMain building mount

 

65wpiFYeSbWkr61rw%ruAg.jpgView from main building

 

Eg50X8uDRAKVW0LuYTPcYg.jpgView back from NanoBeam

 

DvUITU9wSZ+vBRMhhyyYQg.jpgServer Rack

 

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Comments
by
on ‎03-20-2018 05:41 PM

no pictures

by
on ‎03-21-2018 03:54 PM

Very nice! Even managed to get rid of a whole rack. 

 

How did you mount the 8port switch?

by
‎03-22-2018 08:43 AM - edited ‎03-22-2018 08:48 AM

The 150W version comes with mounting ears, I just used the left side. Its not the best solution because it still moves a little when plugging in cords, once everything is wired in its solid enough.

 

The rack they initially had was just for networking equipment and the phone system, it wasnt deep enough to house standard servers so they got stacked besides it on the ledge. I moved them to a voip system instead of avaya analog phones and everythig fit nicely into one standard 42u server rack.

by
on ‎03-24-2018 01:44 AM

Nice, you haven't thought of upgrading that IP Office 400? :-)

by
on ‎03-26-2018 09:11 AM

For whatever reason the pictures arent in order but if you take a look at the picture thats also used as the header you'll see that I have gotten rid of the IP Offices. I'm running FreePBX on one of the R610s.

by
on ‎03-27-2018 03:08 PM

Aha cool. How does that work for you?

Why did you move from Avaya to FreePBX?

by
on ‎03-27-2018 03:15 PM

All of the old equipment there when I arrived was managed by the old IT guy, when they asked for credentials to all of the equipment he basically stopped answering his phone or just took too long to do something. I had the equipment to make the move (freepbx vm on an r610, grandstream 4 port fxo gateway and a handful of cisco handsets) and so far everythings been going great, I just prefer asterisk over the avaya appliances.

by
on ‎03-30-2018 08:29 PM

Hola Que tal soy nuevo en el área necesito ayuda alguien podría decirme hasta cuantos clientes puedo abastecer con una antena amo-5g13???. 

Desde ya muchas gracias por su prestigiosa atención

by
on ‎03-31-2018 01:51 PM

You might want to try the forums, I personally haven’t used the equipment your asking about.

by
on ‎04-06-2018 08:49 PM

Haha niceee, even in the past photo, the patch panel was not align properly lols and looks messy  hahaha