I would also run two cables to the APs, with newer AC WAPs they can use both links to increase the bandwidth with multiple clients. You would also have a backup cable if one goes bad down the road without having to run a new cable.
I am not going to get into the CAT6/6A for data but if you have...
Running on VMware ESXi 5.5:
1 Server 2012 R2 - DC, DHCP, DNS, Print, WDS, and MDT
2 Server 2012 R2 - DC, DNS
1 Server 2012 R2 - Windows only vSphere programs. (mainly update manager right now)
1 FreePBX - Home Phones off Google Voice
1 OmniOS + nappit - NAS/SAN, 8 disks passthrough, backing...
I just purchased and within 3 hours I has access to all the key, very impressed with the speed.
This was posted earlier today and answer questions about vSphere 6
This is the really the first time I have connected anything with fiber that is not the exact same and I am trying to make sure this will work without problems.
I am trying to connect my Dad's shed to the house network and they are about 160 ft away. The area has a lot of lighting so I want to...
I have pfSesnse setup at home as my router and VPN server. It connects to my laptops and Android devices. Very simple to setup.
I also have a pfSense server running on an old Dell server at my parents house that has one NIC connected. Just using it as a site-to-site VPN to my house.
I apologize, I know better than that. You are correct it is the OS that supports the FC and then Napp-it is a front-end (GUI) for the it. I am using OmniOS with the Napp-it appliance and have got compliance with my wording.
I know _Gea added snapraid support to Napp-it a while back which...
So I agree that it "should work" but it sounds complicated with a lot of points of failure like patrickdk said.
I do not know much about Openfiler just that I have not heard a lot of good things about it and I did not pick it for my NAS/SAN.
But I do know that Napp-it does do FC targets...
I am not sure what is happening with the installer. It almost sounds like its not booting into the installer but ESXi itself. I used this guide when I installed ESXi last. http://www.tinkertry.com/rufus-takes-2-minutes-to-create-a-bootable-usb-flash-drive-for-esxi-installation/
As for the...
Mine is very similar to this. Most all of my major data is stored on my NAS but I still have a share that is really unorganized of really old files from all over. Then I have a few old external drives floating around that have data on it that need organized.
What you are wanting to do (Flexraid in a VM) will require you to have two different hard drive controller. One will be for ESXi as a datastore that you will store the VMs on and the other will be for your Flexraid drivers.
I am not using Flexraid but ZFS but it works the same, some call this a...