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    Nothing too exciting : )

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    I don't see how your IP addressing adds up. If Eclipse have given you a /29 as the '8 static Ips' implies then you'd only have 5 usable - 1 goes to the base address, 1 to the broadcast address and 1 to the router.

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    I changed the subnet to /24 so I can use all 8 IPs. The only drawback being I can't communicate with anybody from the internet in the same range, which isn't important at all considering it's only some 245 addresses. : )

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    Ahh, that makes sense I did the same when I had a /29 from Zen. I figured I wasn't too bothered if some other Zen customers couldn't see the stuff I was hosting at home.

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    Sorry don't want to go offtopic, but how comes you can't communicate with others within the same range?

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    For example, let's assume that norm's IP range is 192.168.0.0/24, or expressed another way 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.0.255 (RFC 1918, yeah, I know). Any hosts on that network will believe that any other hosts from that same IP range will be on the same network so they'll not bother sending data to these hosts via the router.

    That's fine for hosts that are actually on the network.

    Norm actually as a /29 subnet (block of 8 IP's) but has increased the subnet to /24 to expand his IP range. For exampe, norm's real IP range is 192.168.0.0/29 or 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.0.8. If someone from 192.168.0.100 (for example) trys to access a website hosted on 192.168.0.1 then the webserver on 192.168.0.1 will receive the request but as it is using a /24 subnet (255.255.255.0 subnet mask) it will think that 192.168.0.100 is on the local network and therefore it won't send the data back through the router.

    In effect, 192.168.0.100 makes a request to load a webpage, but it never receives a reply because of the subnet mask on 192.168.0.1.

    Erk, that isn't very clear but it should get the point across.

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    Internet access is managed by central ISP billing server UTM5. Access rules are sent automatically to firewalls via rsh.
    Network statistics is collected via Netflow protocol from Cisco routers in this manner:

    Due to this the Internet usage can be rated as cost-per-MByte.
    VoIP is realized on UTM5 with Cisco AS5350.
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    thats some crazy setups
    Ive only got a naff bthomehub that would be out the window if we didnt need the hub phone!

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    Re: Post Your Network! (56K = Possibly)

    sorry can't get you pics, but my specs.

    PC:
    just a standard case, no mods except added upgraded internal cooling (arctic cooling pro with heatpipes) + 3 arctic cooling silent fans.

    network:

    10/100 Lan CAT 6 cable into a fiber optic media converter

    cabling fiber optic cable from PC (media converter) to a fiber optic patch panel in a wall mounted rack data cabinet, patch panel connected to a Cisco 837 adsl router/firewall (via 2nd media converter in cabinet), sockets in every room

    bit excessive i know, but the only thing i had to pay for out of that lot was the fiber optic media converters to fit the router & PC lan socket. (I install data/voice network systems for a living, so the cable was spared after a job (we usually throw drums of less than 30m away if we have any left after completing jobs), the router came from a company after we upgraded their systems & the rest is history

    my pc also links to my DSP amp via optical cable too.. no electrical interference is a godsend to superb audio quality.

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    Server: Solid but dated Novell

    Cabling: 10/100 Lan Cat5

    Network equipment: Intellinet(?) 24 Port 10/100 switch, Two patch panels and a wireless/wired router and firewall

    15 wired desktops, 4 wired printers, 2 wireless laptops

    Home setup is a router a desktop and a laptop. I'll be adding a server shortly, all the cabling is there from the previous owner's foray into home networking. My garage has a patch panel, switch and 14 wall mounted ports too - so exciting (for me at least)
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    haha spamming to get 5 posts and the ability to post links
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    Re: Post Your Network! (56K = Possibly)

    Quote Originally Posted by mycarsavw View Post
    haha spamming to get 5 posts and the ability to post links
    very haha

    short sentences and no indepth detail in almost all posts


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    Re: Post Your Network! (56K = Possibly)

    I've just started uni, but still have loads of gear at my parents house - so I've effectively got 2 sites!
    So, currently at site 1 (my parents house):
    • PC1 = AMD 2400+ (1.8GHz), 256MB RAM, XP Pro, 60GB Hard Drive
    • Server (Domain Controller) = Intel P2 (266MHz), 256MB RAM, Win2K Advanced Server, 3 8GB Hard Drives(£10 on ebay!)
    • 8 Port Rackmount 10/100 ethernet switch (£5 off ebay!)
    • BT Voyager 2091 (hacked with the Dynalink firmware so not locked to BT)
    • 512k down, 256k up ADSL connection (4-5 miles from the exchange, with poor line quality)

    Tried to get a WPA2 Corporate authentication setup going for the wireless network (when I go there with my laptop)
    Site 2 (my university flat):
    • My Laptop = AMD Turion 64 (single core) 2.0GHz, 1GB RAM, Vista Home Premium, 256MB Shared graphics, 60GB Hard Drive
    • My Desktop = Intel Celeron 2.0GHz, 768MB RAM, XP Pro, Nvidia 4600 (spare part - decent card broke), 160GB Hard Drive (edit: got this for free and upgraded it slightly!)
    • Several Flatmates Laptops & Desktops, specs unknown
    • 2 XBox 360s
    • 1 Wii
    • Belkin Wireless Router
    • 8Mb down, 448kb up
    • 3G phone for emergency internet using laptop, with 115k internet connection.

    Planning to build a new desktop PC with bits from Scan, and recommission my current desktop as a server running Windows 2003 R2 Server (under MSDNAA)

    I can also VPN from uni to my parents house, which can be quite useful, however the 256k up chokes it a bit.
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    Re: Post Your Network! (56K = Possibly)

    Well here are some pictures of my little setup, nothing fantastic but gives this thread some more colour.

    reason my pics are a bit crappy is that two of my light bulbs blew out



    thought I would take a picture of that!! lol

    Cisco 24 port switch



    Linksys WRT54G (Wireless only)



    File server



    at night it hovers on blue light! lol



    You can see 1 file server, 1 asterisk box (dell), 1 DNS, DHCP, CCTV server (DL380 G1), Cisco switch, WRT54G and my totaly top of the line rack (Not)



    Interal IP CCTV Cameras - Full Pan / Tilt





    Spare SCSI Hard Drive









    Wide shot of the room in the dark



    in the light



    Mission Control



    And the node in one of the remote offices in work (Can't show too much of it and its only half finshed anyway)



    ps

    Some of this stuff is for sale over in the Sell your stuff thread.
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    Just my current Home Network (Minus 3 Other pc's currently not connected - need to find uses for them)

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