I proudly present my own little home network. It features two wireless networks, a cabled network, PSTN (analogue) and voip telephony. Why two wireless networks? Because the server is on a single wireless network to keep the speed to my server at a high level. Wifi networks are hub based, that means that they share the connection speed, the more connections are made. It wasn’t an option to connect the server to the cable network because of esthetical reasons.
Personally I still don’t trust voip telephony to be on 100% of the time so that’s why we have two separate types of telephony. It’s a fully seperated system, voip can fail while analogue is still online. The voip system is a true voip system, no PCs or servers are involved to keep it running.
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