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    Pics of a project I've been working on...

    A Hospice client of mine..they built a really nice multi-million dollar office, moved them into it this past weekend. A 60x node network, on an 8 meg (burstable to 20 megs) internet pipe from Comcast.

    Still tidying up a few things (yeah some of those looser patch cables will get neatened up in a few days when I'm finalized with my arrangement)....but it's a fun project. Got my own server room, desk, etc.

    Comm rack on the left, APC Netshelter on the right.





    Closeup of the Comm rack...spare Linksys/Cisco RV082 up top as backup router, pair of HP Procurve switches for their main LAN, 24x gigabit ports, managed, the SMC gateway, a DLink 1228p PoE gigabit web managed switch which manages their thin client access points, and lower priority LAN devices plugged into it such as networked printers, and on the bottom..the Juniper SSL VPN appliance


    NetShelter opened up...


    Untangle linux distro firewall up top on the Compaq Evo business desktop, P4 2.4 with a gig of RAM, HP MSA1000 SAN unit, HP Proliant DL360 quad core Xeon as their Small Business Server, pair of HP Proliant DL320s...Terminal Server, and BlackBaud server.


    Avocent KVM monitor, a pair of Dell PowerEdge 1600SC servers..one for their primary application database, the other as their second DC, file storage, and print server. Three APC 3000 units to power them.

    With the Avocent KVM monitor opened up..some of the Untangle router rack components on the screen.


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    looks great! outta my league on understanding the setup, alot of cables there.
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    Nice job, I still have to come down to work a job with you.

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    YOSC, are those new or old servers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CableDude View Post
    YOSC, are those new or old servers?
    The 3 up top plus the SAN are under 1 year old, the Dells on the bottom are over 4 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    the Dells on the bottom are over 4 years
    old.
    Thought so. The case tells the age.

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    Here ya go Brian! http://cableorganizer.com/

    j/k

    Nice work. I see you have dedicated and redundant ups power. Hell, it looks like it anyway.
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    cool man..love those netshelters...we have put them in all of our closets here at UCO.

    I'll see if I can snap a few pics of our closets here. I'd say we have around 50 closets in various stages of being upgraded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastchevy View Post
    cool man..love those netshelters...we have put them in all of our closets here at UCO.

    I'll see if I can snap a few pics of our closets here. I'd say we have around 50 closets in various stages of being upgraded.
    Do it!

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    Ah, so this is the infamous Hospice setup. Is that an RD1000 I spy? Nice clean setup. Looks like a fun project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastchevy View Post
    I'll see if I can snap a few pics of our college girls here.
    Fixed.


    Sorry man couldn't resist.

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    That's quite a great project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CableDude View Post
    Fixed.


    Sorry man couldn't resist.
    LOL yeah that too.....the only thing is the freaking weather will NOT cooperate
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastchevy View Post
    LOL yeah that too.....the only thing is the freaking weather will NOT cooperate

    I hear ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldchillah View Post
    Is that an RD1000 I spy?
    Nah...a Dell DLT 80. Those 2x Dell servers will hopefully be replaced in around a year. Wouldn't mind seeing Dell come out with some external RD1000 models...w/SCSI connectors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    Wouldn't mind seeing Dell come out with some external RD1000 models...w/SCSI connectors.
    That would be awesome.
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    That is a wicked nice pic.
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