This is where the magic is made (no, not the bedroom)



  • Found this thread on smootwall forum and found it pretty fun to look how ppl have setup their "server rooms"
    http://community.smoothwall.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=21&sid=aa0578392cdec16e174e356baa53c5ae

    Anyhow this is how it looks in my closet

    closest is pfsense box to be, a 933mhz(doing nothing atm)
    middle is debian mail,spamassassin,mailscan,cacti,pokerth,ircd and general test box, 733mhz
    lastone is current pfsense P4 1.6ghz which i will change with the p3 933mhz

    cisco aironet
    3com with 4vlans

    Connectect to 100/10 telia fiber

    okey, well gime you magic :=)

    EDIT: added connection

    /Fredde
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  • Good idea, we should put up a board just for these kinds of posts.  I'll do that at some point.

    For now, this is where a chunk of the magic of pfSense is made - my home network (and this isn't even all of it!).

    Except for the last one which is a few months old, these are 2-3 year old pictures. I'll have to put up some new ones at some point, and get everything in the pictures.

    Cable management is not my forte obviously.  ;D  At least at home.








  • Damn, not bad for a home setup ;), may i ask what you are running on them?.

    /F

    @cmb:

    Good idea, we should put up a board just for these kinds of posts.  I'll do that at some point.

    For now, this is where a chunk of the magic of pfSense is made - my home network (and this isn't even all of it!).

    Except for the last one which is a few months old, these are 2-3 year old pictures. I'll have to put up some new ones at some point, and get everything in the pictures.

    Cable management is not my forte obviously.   ;D  At least at home.



  • @fredde:

    Damn, not bad for a home setup ;), may i ask what you are running on them?.

    all the BSDs, a couple Linux distros, Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003 and 2008, VMware ESX, and of course plenty of pfSense and some m0n0wall.  There are 51 IPs responding to ping on my internal /21 (split into /24s, VLANs) at this moment.

    I'll detail it all more later.


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