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  #2092726 18-Sep-2018 18:33
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BarTender:
I know a guy who could help.

 

In my next house I may employ your help to move a rack :)





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  #2092734 18-Sep-2018 18:42
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In my next house I may employ your help to move a rack :)


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  #2092736 18-Sep-2018 18:52
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I've had my box for a couple of weeks, but with one thing and another I haven't set it up yet. I have had 2 emails from Samknows telling me they "see" it has been delivered and to "Not forget me" and plug it in. Unfortunately I'm not home for the next 5 days so I'll probably get another reminder

 

 

 

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  #2092800 18-Sep-2018 19:32
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michaelmurfy:

 

BarTender:
I know a guy who could help.

 

In my next house I may employ your help to move a rack :)

 

 

careful murfy! he might leave a screw loose!





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  #2092828 18-Sep-2018 20:30
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michaelmurfy:

 

Just plugged in my SamKnows probe now. I am really in need of a proper network rack in my next house...

 

 

 

I see you have the fingbox too. Should probably start another thread about how useless that thing is....

 

 

 

Also why are you storing bars bugs on your server rack?





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Also why are you storing bars bugs on your server rack?

 

 

It keeps Windows clean of course...


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  #2092832 18-Sep-2018 20:34
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Also why are you storing bars bugs on your server rack?

 

 

obviously you have never cleaned a computer!

bugs sneek into all sorts of small holes!





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  #2092863 18-Sep-2018 20:53
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I see you have the fingbox too. Should probably start another thread about how useless that thing is....

 

Also why are you storing bars bugs on your server rack?

 

I actually like the Fingbox in the sense it informs me what is forwarded with UPnP and gives me presence data of which I use for home automation. It also notifies me as soon as something connects to the network (eg - sister giving out the password to the wrong SSID to her friends) and automatically blocks them. Works very well for my needs.

 

Regarding the Bars Bugs - well, this house is tiny. I have to make use of every bit of space and so I store car cleaning stuff and also methylated spirits on the same shelf in the cupboard. Networking gear likes flammable products sitting beside it I've heard.





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  #2093367 19-Sep-2018 18:24
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got my box today, just wondering who is letting all their traffic go through this thing?

 

couldnt help my self as always and decided to have a look

 

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  #2093405 19-Sep-2018 19:32
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Samknows node in -  along side ONT, Router (+4g Backup), GB switch, Weather Station, satellite splitter, patch panel, Flight Aware node, Earthquake sensor etc.... See wardrobes are useful :-)

 

 

 





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  #2093542 20-Sep-2018 01:08
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I'm actually not seeing much IPv4 traffic from my node - only IPv6. Have not done a full packet capture or anything but over 24hrs it has done a bucketload of tests but has only generated 57kb of IPv4 traffic.

 

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@NickMack since you have IPv6 too (why not, as you're on an ISP that has great IPv6) see if you're the same.





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  #2093564 20-Sep-2018 07:06
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michaelmurfy:

 

Regarding the Bars Bugs - well, this house is tiny. I have to make use of every bit of space and so I store car cleaning stuff and also methylated spirits on the same shelf in the cupboard. Networking gear likes flammable products sitting beside it I've heard.

 

 

I believe fishing rods are also important too.....

 

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I've just received an email so I should be getting a box soon.


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  #2093624 20-Sep-2018 09:47
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I'm actually not seeing much IPv4 traffic from my node - only IPv6. Have not done a full packet capture or anything but over 24hrs it has done a bucketload of tests but has only generated 57kb of IPv4 traffic.

 

Click to see full size

 

@NickMack since you have IPv6 too (why not, as you're on an ISP that has great IPv6) see if you're the same.

 

 

 

 

 

And Garage Rack with VM Server, The Trashcan BBS (http://bbs.thenet.gen.nz), DVR for IP Cameras, POE Switch & GB Switch, KVM etc.... Must tidy up this thing...

 





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  #2094060 20-Sep-2018 19:27
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My WhiteBox arrived today... Plugged in now.





 

 

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