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    i would take a piccy of the network here at work but i cant take 8000 piccies of the setup :/

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      • 2GB DDR2 kits on all systems / FB ECC RAM in Mac Pro
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      • Internet:
      • 2mbps ADSL (Mac Pro) / 512kbps WiMax (Wifi/MacBook Pro)
    My network:

    Speedtouch 510 DSL Modem >> Linksys 8 & 5port switch to:

    1) Apple Airport Extreme Base Station >> PowerBook G4:


    2) Shuttle SB75G2


    3) Mithril P4


    4) Power Mac G5


    5) Meedio HTPC

    6) Linux Server 1

    (Server 2 will be set up in the future, currently empty!)

    Will update this again later on with more images!
    Last edited by bsodmike; 11-09-2004 at 12:45 AM.

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    US Robotics USR9105 4 port ethernet modem/router/switch: 1st port connecting to:

    Athlon 1400 t-bird
    Asus a7a266-e
    256MB PC2100, 256MB PC3200
    40GB Fujitsu HDD

    uplinked to a 100mb/s 8 port switch which has its 1st port connecting to:

    PIII-450 @ 504
    Gigabyte mobo, 384mb PC133, GeForce2 MX, 8.4gb and 20gb hdds, desktop case..

    uplinked to a 24 port linksys 100mb/s switch - used to have a lot more PCs..

    connected to:

    2100+ tbred b @ 12.5x166, abit nf7-s, 256mb pc2700, 256mb pc3200, 120gb maxtor d9, gf4 ti4200
    Last edited by Ben Rogers; 29-03-2005 at 06:13 PM.
    E6850@ 3700MHz / 6GB DDR2 / 500GB SATAII / nVidia 7800 GTX / Lian Li Plus7B

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      • Internet:
      • TalkTalk
    My PC:
    AMD Athlon XP "Barton" 2500+/1.89 GHz (Overclocked to 3200+/2.21 GHz)
    Asus A7N8X-E Deluxue With Asus Wi-Fi @ Home card
    ATi 9700Pro with a VGA silencer
    21" Cornerstone p1500
    512 PC2700 Ebuyer.com extra Value
    30Gb Maxtor 7200rpm 2Mb Cache (Slimline)
    Logitech MX500
    Onboard NVIDIA 10/100
    Onboard Marvell Yukon Gigabit Lan 10/100/1000

    Pam's PC (My sister's TINY brand PC):
    Intel Pentium III 750MHz
    Some budget-ass MSI Mobo
    integrated Intel 810e graphics (4Mb)
    256Mb P133 RAM
    30Gb Maxtor 4500rpm
    Realtek/D-Link Ethernet Card (This is Frosty's)

    My "Trusty steed of a Laptop: (IBM ThinkPad 560)
    Intel 100MHz Pentium
    Trident Graphics 1Mb
    48Mb of RAM
    780Mb hard Drive
    Alton Technologies Wi-fi Card

    My pc is used for everything, listening to music, playing games, making movies of games (if you want some of them, just say so...), making images, word processing just about everything...

    Pam's PC is used as a place to backup all my useful stuff like .mp3's images, game saves my movies, irriplaceable downloads (ie hard to find), i also play doom, spacehulk, and other such games cos pam's pc is too crap play any games that have come out since the year 2000 very well. when i eventually get a net connection it'll also be used as a flack monkey ie. i'll connect to the net through it, just like old times...

    my lovely laptop is used to play duke nukem 3d, doom and space hulk vengeance of the blood angels, and stream music off my pc via the wi-fi card...ineed to get bigger hard drive, more ram and i need to paint it, before i'll take to any wifi hotspots.

    i have a duron pc project planned and anoither mini itx rig planned but they, and i will also repair my old mobo, but these other free rigs future are all down to whether i get a job...

    Andthis is my network

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    Here is my network:


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    My setup:

    Netgear Wifi router
    |ethernet|
    Main PC: P4 3.4ghz, 2gigs DDR 400 RAM, 500Gb RAID 0 HDD (2x250gb), Radeon 9800 Pro, 19" TFT
    |54mbps wifi card|
    Second PC:Athlon xp2400+, 256mb DDR Ram, 30gig HDD, 15gb HDD, 17" CRT, 128mb Hercules Geforce 4
    |54mbps wifi|
    Gaming PC: Athlon 3500, 1gig matched PC3200 Ballistix RAM, 300gb 16mb cache Maxtor 10, Asus A8N Sli Deluxe, XFX Geforce 6800gt
    |wifi|
    Test PC: P2 64mb RAM, 4gb HDD
    |wifi|
    Test PC 2: P1 64mb RAM, 3gb HDD

    3x printers connected via wifi (hp x2 + epson)

    There is a cool program you can use to make those diagrams, but I can't remember the name of it. I think I may try making one with paint or photoshop.

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    No pics but...

    PC 1
    2800 XP
    1024mb
    6600gt

    PC 2
    2600
    1024mb
    FX 5200

    PC 3
    3200 XP
    512mb
    FX 5700

    Laptop 1
    2.4ghz P4
    512mb
    Onboard graphics

    Laptop 2
    1.8ghz P4
    256mb
    onboard graphics

    PAL Crystal Xbox

    PAL Smokey grey Xbox with mod chip

    PAL standard black Xbox

    Pal standard black Xbox
    GA-7N400 Pro2
    XP 2800+
    2 X 512MB Kingston PC3200 ram
    Nvidia 6600GT

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    Clicky for biggy

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    • nimbu's system
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    Spare Room

    Mainserver
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    8x80Gb WD
    Primary DC running Windows 2000 Server

    Downstairs Office
    Office PC1
    AMD XP 2000+
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    Office PC2
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    D-link Wireless Printserver
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    My Room
    Mini Itx Celly 1ghz Rig as media server pc
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    silverstone Hifi type case thingy

    Shuttle FV24
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    20Gb HD
    PCI Geforce 4

    plus the 2 rigs in my sig

    I also have 2 spare Network ready Machines in the back office
    s423 P4 (1.7GHz)
    512Mb Rimms
    Geforce 4
    40gb HD


    The office PCs run on a wireless network which is attached hard attached to the Switch upstairs via the Access point

    Oh and dont forget the XBOX in my room.
    MAIN BOX: 4200+ @2.75 : Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe: XP120 + Papst: 2Gb Mushkin Redline PC4000: 512MB 7950GT: 2x36GB WD Raptors in RAID 0:WD 420GB : NEC DVDR/RW: All Wrapped up in a Antec P180



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    Someone left a note on a piece of cake in the fridge that said, "Do not eat!". I ate the cake and left a note saying, "Yuck, who the hell eats paper ?

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      • 500Mbps fiber
    Slight modification to network setup...

    Diagram here (800x524 pixels, 69k, correct as at 2005-10-16)

    Connection to ISP is 100Mbps cable, fed directly by an RJ45 cable to my apartment, with 5 public IP addresses.
    (Red connections in the diagram indicate the "dirty" network which touches the Internet.)

    Web server, main PC and secondary PCs have public IP addresses via DHCP from a connection through a D-Link DGS1005D gigabit switch using 100Mbps onboard LAN connections.
    (These machines are also connected by a private LAN through a SMC8508T gigabit switch using NetGear gigabit NICs.)

    D-Link DI-624+ wireless router takes up another public IP address and employs NAT to allow a further 4 wired clients at 100Mbps or wireless clients at 54Mbps using WPA-PSK encryption.


    Future expansion possibilities:
    - use web server as certificate/IAS server and use WPA with certificates

    Edit:
    Complete network overhaul, changed .GIF to .PNG (left text intact for now)
    Last edited by Paul Adams; 16-10-2005 at 10:24 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Adams
    Slight modification to network setup...

    Diagram here (801x546 pixels, correct as at 2005-03-31)

    Connection to ISP is 10Mbps cable, fed directly by an RJ45 cable to my apartment, with 5 public IP addresses.
    (Red connections in the diagram indicate the "dirty" network which touches the Internet.)

    Web server, main PC and secondary PCs have public IP addresses via DHCP from a connection through a D-Link DGS1005D gigabit switch using 100Mbps onboard LAN connections.
    (These machines are also connected by a private LAN through a SMC8508T gigabit switch using NetGear gigabit NICs.)

    D-Link DI-624+ wireless router takes up another public IP address and employs NAT to allow a further 4 wired clients at 100Mbps or wireless clients at 54Mbps using WPA-PSK encryption.


    Future expansion possibilities:
    - upgrade Internet connection to 100Mbps
    - use web server as certificate/IAS server and use WPA with certificates
    DELICIOUS

    Me:-

    System 1 :
    1GHz AMD
    512MB 133MHz SDRAM
    ×2 IDE 30GB & 40GB HDDs @ 7200rpm
    17" viewable ADI Microscan Flat CRT
    XP Pro
    and some other bits and bobs

    System 2 :
    600MHz P3
    128MB 100MHz SDRAM
    ×1 IDE 40GB HDD @ 5x00rpm
    XP Pro (40 minute startup )

    System 3 :
    750MHz P3 (I think)
    20GB HDD @ 5x00rpm
    128MB RAM
    Win 2k

    and some random even older comps (486DXs e.t.c.)

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/prod...oduct_uid=48449

    with 1.1Mbps @ £15.99 till July when it drops to 256kb then might upgrade to 1Mbps again for £19.99 a month or 2Mbps £24.99

    + loads of patch cables

    P.S. My router description says:
    With the SAMR-4114 ADSL Router, speeding up for your network has never been easier or more cost-effective. Offering connectivity many times faster than traditional dial-up modems. At up to 8Mbps downstream and 640Kbps upstream for full-rate G.dmt, and up to 1.5Mbps downstream and 512Kbps upstream for G.lite, you'll see a startling and immediate increase in performance.
    What is G.dmt and G.lite

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    Drop it like it's hot Howard's Avatar
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      • 2x1gb OCZ DDR2 6400
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      • 250GB & 500GB Seagate
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      • Inno3d iChill 7900GS
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      • Internet:
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    Re-done mine with a few updates. Picture has all the info

    Home cinema: Toshiba 42XV555DB Full HD LCD | Onkyo TX-SR705 | NAD C352 | Monitor Audio Bronze B2 | Monitor Audio Bronze C | Monitor Audio Bronze BFX | Yamaha NSC120 | BK Monolith sub | Toshiba HD-EP35 HD-DVD | Samsung BD-P1400 BluRay Player | Pioneer DV-575 | Squeezebox3 | Virgin Media V+ Box
    PC: Asus P5B | Core2duo 2.13GHz | 2GB DDR2 PC6400 | Inno3d iChill 7900GS | Auzentech X-Plosion 7.1 | 250GB | 500GB | NEC DVDRW | Dual AG Neovo 19"
    HTPC: | Core2Duo E6420 2.13GHz | 2GB DDR2 | 250GBx2 | Radeon X1300 | Terratec Aureon 7.1 | Windows MCE 2005
    Laptop: 1.5GHz Centrino | 512MB | 60GB | 15" Wide TFT | Wifi | DVDRW


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    what os is your "server" running howard ?
    my Virtualisation Blog http://jfvi.co.uk Virtualisation Podcast http://vsoup.net

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    Drop it like it's hot Howard's Avatar
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      • Storage:
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      • Graphics card(s):
      • Inno3d iChill 7900GS
      • PSU:
      • Antec SmartPower 500W
      • Case:
      • Coolermaster Elite 330
      • Monitor(s):
      • 2x AG Neovo F419
      • Internet:
      • Virgin Media 20mbit
    Win server 2003 enterprise
    Home cinema: Toshiba 42XV555DB Full HD LCD | Onkyo TX-SR705 | NAD C352 | Monitor Audio Bronze B2 | Monitor Audio Bronze C | Monitor Audio Bronze BFX | Yamaha NSC120 | BK Monolith sub | Toshiba HD-EP35 HD-DVD | Samsung BD-P1400 BluRay Player | Pioneer DV-575 | Squeezebox3 | Virgin Media V+ Box
    PC: Asus P5B | Core2duo 2.13GHz | 2GB DDR2 PC6400 | Inno3d iChill 7900GS | Auzentech X-Plosion 7.1 | 250GB | 500GB | NEC DVDRW | Dual AG Neovo 19"
    HTPC: | Core2Duo E6420 2.13GHz | 2GB DDR2 | 250GBx2 | Radeon X1300 | Terratec Aureon 7.1 | Windows MCE 2005
    Laptop: 1.5GHz Centrino | 512MB | 60GB | 15" Wide TFT | Wifi | DVDRW


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    Evaluation of course ( or you happen to have a spare £400 for an OS )
    are you using the routing and remote access stuff or had a play around with ISA yet ?
    my Virtualisation Blog http://jfvi.co.uk Virtualisation Podcast http://vsoup.net

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