Indeed it is. Waiting for more parts to arrive and then I will be adding another Pi and another 5 sensors split between the 2 Pi's(separate rooms and I don't own my place and don't want to run cables between the two rooms)
Took me a little trial and error so once I got it working I put...
I know it's a little messy but here is my "poor man's rack"
From top to bottom left to right(each shelve)
- Raspberry Pi SNMP Temperature Sensor
- Virtual machine host running Proxmox 2.3 - 6 Core AMD, 16GB of RAM, 3 x 300GB 10K in RAID5
- UniFi AP Long Range
- HP 1810-24G v1
- TekSavvy DSL...
You wouldn't happen to work for Bell would you? I think I saw a thread where you said you did.
I work for Q9 which just bought itself back from Abry along with help from Bell and other's.
Most ISP's don't like pictures floating around of their infrastructure. We have a strict zero tolerance...
Makes me happy that I live in a condo and my heat, water, and power are all include in my rent :)
$1295/month for a 1000sqft 2 bed, 2 bath, and a underground parking spot.
Guess one of these day's I should post a picture of my gear.
My 25/2 TekSavvy VDSL Unlimited connection. I'm actually in Calgary but all TekSavvy DSL customers on the Telus infrastructure pop out in Vancouver.
Hope TekSavvy starts offering the 50/10 soon that Telus is currently offering.
I use a Atom G530 with 2GB of RAM and it had no problems with me saturating a 100/10 connection but I've downgraded now to a unlimited 25/3 DSL connection to save some money. I also have two other boxes I manage, a P3 with 1GB of RAM with a 10/10 connection and a P4 with 512MB of RAM with a 50/3...
Here's a shot of the NOC where I work. The wall on the left of the image is actually a different layout now. Had the pleasure of seeing it in person last month. I work in Calgary and the NOC is in Toronto.
+1 This is pretty much the way we do it on all power/copper/fiber cables at all our data centres. We just don't use the sleeves, we simply wrap the label around the cable. "Flags" just look stupid in my mind and make the cabling look messy.
It could be hosted in one of the data centres on the east coast that was affected by Sandy and is having trouble getting power systems up and running.
Nope that's not it. Just did a report on robtex.com and the site points to a facility in Denver. So I'm not sure why it's down.
I use Hide My Ass with a pfSense firewall and use that to force all traffic over my VPN to Hide My Ass. I do this by having LAN rules that force the traffic I want to use the gateway of the VPN tunnel.
Works great for watching BBC iPlayer while sitting on my sofa in Calgary, Alberta :)
I would look at setting up a VPN server on a VPS. I have a couple VPS around the world running Ubuntu with OpenVPN Access Server installed on them. They work great. I can now watch BBC content and Hulu from anywhere in the world :)
OpenVPN would work for your laptop but you'd also need to setup...
Good to hear. I had a couple friends who assumed you could set all your machines to backup to one machine and then just back the one machine up to CrashPlan. Thankfully they corrected that before anything failed.