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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Jaxx, 8 Jan 2006.

  1. Mister_Tad

    Mister_Tad Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Bah, too bad I can't post pics of our datacentre at work

    theres around 30 fully loaded Cisco 6509s, a bunch of Cisco 7600s taking care of routing, an 8900 handling WAN, a whole bunch of Brocade SilkWorms for the SAN, a few big-ass Aspect voice switches for the call centres.

    Floor is raised about 2ft in the machine rooms to allow for data cabling & aircon ducting, power from overhead.

    fun stuff!
     
  2. ozstrike

    ozstrike yip yip yip yip

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    Why can't you post pics? Just rules?
    I'd love to see it, stuff like that really interests me.
     
  3. kenco_uk

    kenco_uk I unsuccessfully then tried again

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    3com 3CRWDR100A-72 downstairs serving (via 802.11g):
    Buffalo BUFFALO WLI-TX4-G54HP upstairs serving:
    Main PC
    XBox360
    Acer Aspire laptop (also 802.11g via 3com)

    Toshiba laptop (using 802.11g via 3com)

    I'll have to get a visio done of the network at work. There are three win2k3 servers (1 x file/print/exchange, 1 x proxy/isa, 1 x terminal services) with cisco hubs, patch panels, a kvm and a tape backup library.
     
  4. FuzzyOne

    FuzzyOne

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    Internet->Tubes->PC

    :)
     
  5. Mister_Tad

    Mister_Tad Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Probably, though I've never properly checked into it. We used to give tours to visitors and all but that stopped around a year ago - Auditors. I'll see what I can do with the pics :thumb:
     
  6. simon w

    simon w New Member

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    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    There's a 20+ metre extension cable between the socket and the router and I still get 8Mbps :)

    Sorry about the carpet, we moved in ~6 months ago and haven't touched the 2nd bedroom/office yet.
     
  7. dfhaii

    dfhaii internets

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  8. fathom17

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    The complicated ones interest me.
    Ones like mine just make me lol.
    ADSL->Netgear-> Girlfriends Wireless Laptop
    |
    +> Dual boot Desktop to Vista+XP
     
  9. AJB2K3

    AJB2K3 New Member

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    Do you have a clear LOS? if you do use a laser although the local counsil might complain.
    Heres mine
    [​IMG]
     
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  10. ElThomsono

    ElThomsono Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]
    TBH

    (God my flat's hideous up close)
     
  11. Bruno_me

    Bruno_me Fake-ad‎min

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    [​IMG]

    not terribly exciting. I'm working on getting a pfsense box and using the cisco as a dumb dsl modem
     
  12. simon w

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    That looks interesting, might have to give it a try :)
     
  13. herbs

    herbs Nobody but us chickens

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    You didn't get that router from oclocker did you?
     
  14. ElThomsono

    ElThomsono Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, 'tis working nicely. Why, did you sell it to him? :hehe:
     
  15. herbs

    herbs Nobody but us chickens

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    Yep, i couldnt get the DynDNS to work but otherwise it was a fine router.
     
  16. ElThomsono

    ElThomsono Well-Known Member

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    Static IP :D
     
  17. kenco_uk

    kenco_uk I unsuccessfully then tried again

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    [​IMG]
    Lots of lovely blinking lights.

    From the top:
    A couple of patch panels.
    Belkin kvm
    Cisco switches
    Sony tabe library
    Main server
    ISA server
    Two VPN circuits
    Site internet
    HP Telnet Server
    There's also a huffing great UPS at the bottom
     
  18. solar

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    This my main office/studio.

    [​IMG]

    Left to right we have..

    PowerMac G4 Cube. This is a headless file server, web server, print server, torrent box, etc.

    Next to it is a D-Link 802.11g router.

    On the floor you will see a single Firewire drive enclosure (with the blue LED) - containing a 120GB drive for backups.

    Next to that is a Motorola Surfboard cable modem.

    The box which looks like a Shuttle PC is a FireWire 4-bay drive enclosure containing 4x200GB drives. This is the main media storage for my network.

    Both those FireWire enclosures are connected to the Cube which shares the files via AFP to other machines on the network.

    The main computer on the right-hand end of the desk is a 20" iMac G5.

    Other network clients:

    My brother's Mac Mini in the next room - connected with an Ethernet cable running through a hole in the wall.

    My dad's Windows XP PC which is connected with a USB WiFi dongle to avoid running cables across the landing.

    My MacBook which is for general dossing about the house and also for connecting up to my TV for watching movies.
     
  19. kbates666

    kbates666 New Member

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    Here's Mine
    [​IMG]

    Modem/Router's
    [​IMG]

    Netgear Print Server/Switch
    [​IMG]
     
  20. CaseyBlackburn

    CaseyBlackburn Network Techie

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    Let me update my main stuff:
    My server rack:
    [​IMG]
    When you open it up you see:
    [​IMG]
    Now lets break it down:
    [​IMG]
    From Top To Bottom:
    Netgear Wireless Access Point
    Belkin Wireless Access Point
    4 La Fonera Wireless Access Points
    (Only one wireless point will be left here when house extension is finished)
    3com 24 Port Switch
    APC Power Strip
    Cisco 7910 IP Phone
    Fileserver in a eMachines case
    APC UPS
    Active Directory, and Exchange Server

    Then The Bottom Half:
    [​IMG]
    From Top To Bottom:
    IBM PC Server 325 as a IPCop router
    Compaq Asterisk Server
    Webserver, Exchange Frontend Server
    TrendNET 24 Port Switch
    HP 24 Port Switch
    APC Power Strip
    Box Of Computer Parts
     
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