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    Really? There is no cap on my service though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatron
    Really? There is no cap on my service though.
    Same here

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    Fairly self explainitory. Anything which doesnt say (xxxx's PC) is mine =D

    The beowulf isn't fully working yet(and I'm never really gonna use it for anything other than to say "look! a beowulf in my cupboard!"). all nodes are P166's (hense why I'll never use it )

    The connection to the internet is 1Mbs ADSL (from CPBB), the wireless is 11Mbs, and the link to louise is 10Mbs. All other links are 100Mbs.
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    Talking


    Internet is provided by NTLWorld, 1mbit cable connection

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    my network goes like this.

    My PC -> tinternet

    have mucked about with a second pc running linux that I ssh'ed to, and did the remote desktop thing to. but my inernet connection is limited to one mac address and i aint got a router, or a spare eth card <- could crossover with main rig and connection share in theory.

    I get outta this flat in september.. so I will have flatmates and wireless and routers and everything. can't wait tbh

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    Last edited by Howard; 10-08-2004 at 05:15 PM.
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    ^ ^ Updated
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    My network :

    NTL 750k shared through US Robotics router and then onto a US Robotics Wireless Access point.

    Server : Abit BP6 2 x Celeron 533's, 512meg ram, 1 x 10 gig, 1x 40 gig, 1 x 6.4 gig, dvd-rom, cd-r/w drives and a Geforce 2 MX!

    Main PC : Abit KR7-133R, Athlon 1.4, 1 gig, 1 x 40, 1 x 80 gig, dvd-r/w, Radeon All-In-Wonder

    Games PC : Abit NF-7S, Athlon Xp1700+, 512 meg, 1 x 60 gig, cd-r/w, Radeon 9600

    Tv PC : Apple Mac Performa 6200 (nuff said)

    Daughter's PC : ABit KT-7E, Athlon 1 gig @ 1333, 256 meg, 1 x 20 gig, dvd-rom

    Cat5 everywhere, electricity bill through the roof!
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Main, the dell and my laptop are win2k, boris and arnold run slackware 9.1

    Col

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    Gobbo and Howard what did you use to draw your networks?


    512k ADSL
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    | VPN - PC5 AMD WinXP Desktop
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    Netgear DG834G Wireless
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    | WLAN
    | |-Laptop 1 Intel WinXP
    | |-Laptop 2 Intel WinXP / Redhat
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    |-PC1 Main Rig - AMD WinXP -Epson C42 / Epson Photo 660
    |-PC2 Desktop - AMD WinXP -Epson C44
    |-PC3 Server - Intel Redhat
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    -Switch
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    |-PC4 Desktop - Intel WinXP - Epson Photo 1200
    |-Intel Printserver PRO - Epson 750

    Needing some Bluetooth!
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    New country, new network

    [Edited - diagram updated]

    Once I get round to setting it up, the web server will be authenticating wireless machines through 802.1x using certificates, and the traffic encrypted using MS-CHAPv2 (WPA).
    Shame the laptop only has 802.11b built-in, but I might see if I can get a 802.11g PC Card to slap in there one day, if I can be bothered (and actually find myself using wireless).

    10Mbps Internet connection is shared between 4 wired PCs (3 @ 1Gbps, 1 @ 100Mbps) and a wireless laptop (AP support 54Mbps, but laptop only 11Mbps currently).
    No DMZ set up on the router, just port forwarding for the services I want to expose (VPN & web services basically).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atcapollo
    Gobbo and Howard what did you use to draw your networks?
    Visio 2003


    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Adams
    10Mbps Internet connection
    Can I please call you a berk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Adams
    10Mbps Internet connection
    Can I please call you a berk?
    Fill your boots
    I guess you really don't want to hear that it costs less than £22 per month then?

    I don't have to think too hard for reasons as to why I left "Broadband Britain"
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    Quote Originally Posted by poolking
    So I take it you forgot to consider ADSL?
    At the time we signed up to blueyonder, asdl was 1Mb max. I wanted to know if asdl did more than 1Mb now hence the "correct me if I'm wrong...".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Adams
    Fill your boots
    I guess you really don't want to hear that it costs less than £22 per month then?

    I don't have to think too hard for reasons as to why I left "Broadband Britain"
    :eek I can't even get 1mbit ADSL here! On 512kbit ADSL now.
    I don't mean to sound cold, or cruel, or vicious, but I am so that's the way it comes out.

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