Home Server Rack Explained - Host Your Own Websites - Log #1

Setting Up Hosting Server – Home Server Rack Explained – Host Your Own Websites – Log #1


Home Server Rack Explained – Host Your Own Websites – Log #1

Setting Up Hosting Server

When I got started with my own servers from home, I was really confused in how things worked, how I should do it, what the parts did, and so on. It took me a long time to put together this big puzzle. Let me help you in your journey in creating a server rack maybe at your house, or just running a website from your own home wiht an old computer.

This is the first video in a series of videos I will be making taking from bare metal all the way to having the website running from your home.

Part 2:

WatchGuard Firebox and Cisco Switch from eBay, used about 250 total
18U Wall Mount-It Server Rack Cabinet Enclosure 24″ Depth Glass Door:
CyberPower PR1500LCDRT2U Smart App Sinewave UPS System:
Rosewill RSV-R4100-4U Rackmount Server Case:
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Processor:
GIGABYTE GA-AB350N Motherboard:
Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 3000 Ram:
Noctua NH-L9a AM4, 37mm Premium Low-profile CPU Cooler for AMD AM4:
Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB NVMe M.2 Internal SSD:
Corsair Semi-Modular ATX CX450M Power Supply:
MSI Computer GeForce GT 710 1GB DirectX 12 PCIe x16 2.0 Low Profile Graphic Card:

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Setting Up Hosting Server

Home Server Rack Explained – Host Your Own Websites – Log #1

23 thoughts on “Setting Up Hosting Server – Home Server Rack Explained – Host Your Own Websites – Log #1

  1. What's about your internet connection? What's the required bandwidth for a server and which type of connection we need? Do we need a dedicated IP?
    And do another vlog about the software systems, about how you manage stuffs on the server?

  2. I'm at this moment in the video https://youtu.be/tb7Vc26oeLA?t=69 and I am like this man was sent from GOD because this is what I have been looking for for a long time. I am so ready to start my own server at home. I really needed someone to talk to on this and then it seems like that is what you are doing. The subscribed button is being pressed eeeeeeeeee meeeeeeee deeeeeeeeee attttttttttttttt ly, Thanks

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