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  Reply # 217429 24-May-2009 15:49
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TechnoGuy001: Wow dude you have one awesome setup!!



I should probably make one of my own, is there any special software you guys are using?

Or just use Word...?


I'm using Visio 2003. If you are looking at a cost effective alternative, Dia is free (Linux) and OpenOffice has  a windows version

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  Reply # 223287 9-Jun-2009 19:40
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Here is the current Setup for me and my Flatmate.



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 224396 12-Jun-2009 15:38
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sweet. Question: why all the switches.

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  Reply # 224423 12-Jun-2009 16:53
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It just grew like that lol, Have one main switch in the Network Cupboard and one 8 port in each main room and one wifi at each end of the house.

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  Reply # 224586 13-Jun-2009 11:29
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ah, the mystical paths that LAN evolution takes us on ;-)

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  Reply # 224593 13-Jun-2009 12:07
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Looking at Moving houses soon, So will post a picture of the LAN then hehee

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  Reply # 224603 13-Jun-2009 12:48
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Finally got around to finishing the diagram I started a couple of months ago.





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  Reply # 320350 19-Apr-2010 17:26
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Updated to reflect the new laptop and the transition of the Home Theater to digital.

 



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  Reply # 320359 19-Apr-2010 17:55
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My remarkably minimalistic current setup :-)


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  Reply # 320362 19-Apr-2010 17:57
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nice. I forgot to connect the TV & Projector in the last update.





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  Reply # 389048 7-Oct-2010 08:47
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Updated my TVs to FreeView and added the XW-380. Current state, with the domain rebuild scheduled to start this weekend, things should look very different in a couple of weeks.


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  Reply # 392205 15-Oct-2010 13:13
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Fresh install 2008 R2 with Hyper-V enabled (no machines yet) uses 1.4 GB of RAM


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  Reply # 392244 15-Oct-2010 14:07
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Heres mine,
Lan layout

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  Reply # 392851 17-Oct-2010 16:09
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Installed the new Hyper-V and installed the new domain. Did a big clean out of unused peripherals and reorganised the KVMs to support the new test kit location.


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  Reply # 395836 26-Oct-2010 15:18
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Does anyone out there know how to install DHCP role on ISA 2006 server so it can serve a specific network segment? In the diagram above, DHCP in the DMZ is provided by the aDSL router, in the Windows Domain it is provided by the DC, but I have nothing for the games network apart from serving it off one of the workstations, which is very eligant.

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