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Reply # 75067 18-Jun-2007 18:53
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My sad internal network and poorly mapped diagram :)







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  Reply # 75074 18-Jun-2007 19:28
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Heres my abismal network however it does the job well. gets confuding with all the IP's at times though.
and gets anoying when it plays up.
Image a network with only one PC that your not continuously munting up and spending hours of the phone to companys like microsoft.



If someone could make this apear like the others then that would be awesome

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 75076 18-Jun-2007 19:39
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Heres my updated setup:

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Reply # 75077 18-Jun-2007 19:46
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Bummer. I didn't include the non-computer things in the diagram... I have here:

1 x 1 TB external
1 x 250 GB external
1 x 60 GB external
2 x Disc Stakka
1 x 800 va UPS
1 x 1200 va UPS





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  Reply # 75465 21-Jun-2007 08:55
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All cabling is Cat6 where appropriate

E: Okay, so I need an image host...can't do that through my work netwrok :(



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Reply # 75513 21-Jun-2007 13:16
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A lot of nice networks are showing up in this thread:D
Its been a long time since I've posted and my network has changed a lot.. As I'm typing this Im still making lots of changes to it..
Just the little cool features that make your life that little bit more enjoyable ;)

On the list:

  • 300 Gig external hard drive
  • "Broadband" / Always on internet connection at home and Wireless internet wherever out-and-about with my laptop
  • Hamachi private network - Allowing me remote access to files and such
  • VNC to my server
  • PHP + MySQL Private server <- Testing and HTTP access to files etc
Currently working on:

  • Finishing touches on the private server
  • Brining life back to my old router
  • Entertainment computer ( Music / Movies and things like Joost on the family TV )
And other little "fancy" things that will keep me from getting bored..
I'll put up a diagram when its all done ;) Might be some time..

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  Reply # 75540 21-Jun-2007 15:52
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freitasm: Bummer. I didn't include the non-computer things in the diagram... I have here:

1 x 1 TB external
1 x 250 GB external
1 x 60 GB external
2 x Disc Stakka
1 x 800 va UPS
1 x 1200 va UPS



hmmm, peripherals. In order of humour:

Parallel Kodak APS FilmDrive (yeah baby, Canon IXUS APS in 1998 was the business!)
Parallel Iomega ZipDrive 100
9 first generation MS sidewinder (MIDI port)

Iomega 250GB external
Canon Inkjet

(these last three are hanging off the SBS server, a wopping PII 350 [ MMX, I'll have you know] )

Canon Scanner
UPS for the SBS (common american one that I can't remember)



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Reply # 75549 21-Jun-2007 17:04
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My updated diagram:




The stuff in red isn't going yet.. The External is currently plugged into my laptop.
I just need to work on getting my newer router to allow another computer to host on port 80 :/

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Reply # 84771 1-Sep-2007 10:08
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Someone asked to unlock this thread... And I will be posting something new soon as well.





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  Reply # 84773 1-Sep-2007 10:22
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thanks freitasm :)
thought I would sit down with gliffy and have a play..



Theres a receiver/amp and 10 speaker surround system hooked upto neon aswell, but buggger drawing that.
Getting a new Rack mount with 6 dell racks soon, so will update wen thats in place.
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  Reply # 84837 1-Sep-2007 21:14
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This is an updated LAN diagram... Note that the Geekzone server is in my VPN, but not located here - so although part of the LAN I am not adding it to the diagram.

Added:

Windows Home Server
UMPC
Skype Dualphone
Squeezebox








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Reply # 84842 1-Sep-2007 22:09
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Wicked to see this thread is still going!
I've just moved, plans include smart wiring and generally bringing the house into the digital age.
My plan was to make a new blog entry with each step, but now that this threads open again it may have to go in here.
It's all going on the LAN after all.

My general plan includes putting Cat6 in high bandwidth areas (The lounge - Multimedia, The ceiling / roof cavity - Wireless, My room - General greed, The garage - Server area). With Cat5e going everywhere else. Maybe even a decent VoIP solution (If those in the house can live with it). If anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear them. :)

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  Reply # 98399 5-Dec-2007 18:55
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After a UPS purchase that didn't provide the functionality I needed, it has been moved to the lounge. Does UPS in your lounge give you extra geek points?

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