The *Official* Post Pics Of Your Network Thread

Discussion in 'Networking Gallery' started by big-homer, Jan 1, 2004.

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  1. Raving_Maniac

    Raving_Maniac Limp Gawd

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    There was order once... :D

    It is a rubber band thingy that absorbs the vibrations, it only uses 1 space I just gave it some room to breathe...
     
  2. Sorikan

    Sorikan n00b

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    46 HP P4 HT 3.0's W/ 512mg - 30 in the wall driving the monitors, 16 more at four workstations with four of the same systems each driving one of four 15" HP LCD's
    The flash made the wall look bad, but it actually looks very good. Black wall's just dont make for good photographs.

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  3. JustLong

    JustLong Gawd

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    My humble little network.
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    One of the benefits of buying a new home. There was an option for a video distribution pack, but it wasn't worth the extra $1500.
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    Built-in signal amplifier, the cable modem is split out before the signal amp. Elcheapo 100Mbit switch.
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    Cable modem and firewall/wireless router for my notebook. The grey cat 5 is for the network and the blue cat 5 is for the phone line.
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    The tangle of power packs. and blue smurf tube if I need to expand into the crawl space (there is another that goes from the crawl space to the attic)
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    I have these in just about every room. Two RG6, 1 RJ-11, and 1 RJ-45
     
  4. pug

    pug [H]ard|Gawd

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    What would that have included?
     
  5. Zero_Distortion

    Zero_Distortion Gawd

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    JustLong, how difficult do you suppose it would be to do that to another home? Did you do that yourself? Im considering doing the same in my home having jacks in every room with cable, ethernat and phone all nice and neet. Instead of running them on the walls in plain sight!
     
  6. draconius

    draconius 2[H]4U

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    WTF is all that for?!
     
  7. cybertron

    cybertron [H]ard|Gawd

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    Now thats what I'm talking about. I have to say though, for $1500 more on a 100K+ home seems like chump change. If it was like S-vid or RCA i probably would have done it, especially if it came with any kind of video system that let you watch different shows in different rooms. I mean put a computer on the end of all that and i'm sure you could do it. awesome setup though, nothing sexier than a house full of cat5e-6 :p
     
  8. Sorikan

    Sorikan n00b

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    Monitoring the live streams that we produce, as clients and viewers see it.
     
  9. draconius

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  10. JustLong

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    The house was $284k :p
    The video stuff was a little box with Svid and RCA audio in and RG6 out. That transmitted on the 2nd set of RG6 on channel 3. Since I have a media center I just use MXE extenders for that purpose.
     
  11. JustLong

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    I had it done while the house was being built so it wasn't very expensive and relatively easy. On and existing home I'm sure the cost would go way up to have it done and would be difficult. If you want the same type of thing you can go here to fine out more: http://www.homedirector.com
     
  12. PlusLabs

    PlusLabs Limp Gawd

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  13. draconius

    draconius 2[H]4U

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  14. Xipher

    Xipher 2[H]4U

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    Looks like sky scrapers, but then you notice they are LEDs. Seriously makes me think of some movie I have seen, but can't name it.
     
  15. skylab

    skylab 2[H]4U

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    really? all the green fiber I have ever seen is 50/125 multimode for 10GE.
     
  16. roninblade

    roninblade [H]ard|Gawd

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    was it hackers?
     
  17. Xipher

    Xipher 2[H]4U

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    Nah, it wasn't that one, something else. I remeber that movie though, even have it on DVD.
     
  18. draconius

    draconius 2[H]4U

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    oh so many great quotes from that movie come to mind[​IMG]
    now if you'll excuse me, im off to hack the gibson
    (read: write lame java programming homework)
     
  19. ne0-reloaded

    ne0-reloaded [H]ard|Gawd

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    are those ur cars? if so what do u do? ive always wanted a maybach for as long as i could remember, kinda my life long goal.

    thanks
     
  20. apHytHiaTe

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    War games?
     
  21. Anarchy

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    hmmm ...

    i can't afford the Rack and Gig switch this month ... but my 3rd 1U case arrvied today :D (eBay)

    EATX, 400W EPS PSU, 4 HDD bays, Slim Floppy&CD-ROM included and Rack mounting equipment ...

    i'll post some pics later ;)
     
  22. Xipher

    Xipher 2[H]4U

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    Yea, thats it, don't know why I couldn't remeber.
     
  23. PlusLabs

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    Nope, not mine.
     
  24. ne0-reloaded

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    ok i was just wondering.
     
  25. fabian`

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    not really worth mentioning ... but here some CeBit 2005 pictures...
    ...focused more on mobiles, peripherals and casemodding this year...

    >> all pics <<

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  26. Lugztaz

    Lugztaz [H]ard|Gawd

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    4 Folding Pharm Computers. 1 24 Port Switch. 6 computer total network.

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  27. joey222

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    Dual Server Box P3 866
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    Printer and Sub Woofer
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    Network Patch Pannel,Router,Cable Modem (a little dark sorry)
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    Shutle X on top of my FX53
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    Cobalt Qube 3 Front
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    Cobalt Qube 3 Back
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    Cobalt Qube 3 Manual
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    Suse Linux FTP Box
     
  28. agrikk

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    Cobalt Qube 3 Manual

    Hah hah hah.


    New thread idea: Post pics of your library. :D :D
     
  29. grjr

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  30. guito13

    guito13 [H]ardness Supreme

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    Yes, some things are sideways. Crappy cell phone cam, sorry. Im selling most of this stuff so this is probably temporary.

    Rack
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    Top Of Rack
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    Top To Bottom / Left to Right:
    8 Port KVM
    APC Rackmount Surge protector
    Cable Modem
    VOIP Gateway
    Wireless Access Point
    Phone
    24 Port Dlink 10/100 Switch


    Middle Of Rack
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    My old trusty AMD 1800+ box (20gb, 256MB Ram) Folding Box Basically
    APC Back-Ups 750 (For Router, Cable Modem, VOIP, and Phone)

    Bottom Of Rack:
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    Trusty Proliant 6000 (3 raid 5 arrays, 4xppro 200mhz, 1gb ram, 3x750 watt PSU)

    Main Rig
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    Gigabyte K8N Pro
    AMD 64 3200+
    1.5 GB Ram (Shitty Ram, wanna trade 1gb good for 1.5 avg? :D )
    120GB Maxtor
    9700 Pro

    Where I sit my butt down
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    Samsung 171MP (With built in TV Tuner, PIP is a great thing. KVM and XBOX hooked into it)
    Logitech 700MX duo
    some 2.1 channel Buy.com altec lansing specials (they sound good)
    Webcam (to show off my girls when i have them)

    Not Shown:
    4U server case (will have guts soon, my old asus board and 2500+ mobile)
    Xbox
    Dads computer
    Brothers Computer
    My Lappy
     
  31. FLECOM

    FLECOM Modder(ator) & [H]ardest Folder Evar Staff Member

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    what can i say, i have a weakness for good deals, so all this stuff is in my living room :D

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    there are 260 ports in that pic :eek:
     
  32. Framerate

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    Ok I just want to know what everyone's energy bills are like. Also for all of the people with web servers, what is your connections speed? I mean crap. My network consists of my modem, my router, and my crappy access point for when I can't connect to the router.
     
  33. Dephcon

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    i dunno about where anyone else lives, but here in Ontario, it bet it would be very high. Heres my modest... and messy home network. In the fall i'll be getting a laptop so that means wireless router and i'll probably get a gigE switch so my desktop and server can talk faster to eachother.

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    I've been meaning to buy some 3ft cables for the modem, printserver, wall jacks but i cant justify the shipping cost since its only $12 for 4 cables. Until then it will remain like a birds nest.
     
  34. Lugztaz

    Lugztaz [H]ard|Gawd

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    just buy a spool and make cables
     
  35. Dephcon

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    i like the molded on booties that you only get from the store bought patch cables
     
  36. draconius

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    IIRC, you can buy heat-shrink style booties of some sort...


    @FLECOM: WTF is all that stuff? some procurve's and a giant nortel thing?

    I am thoroughly jealous though :D
     
  37. towert7

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    I have a webserver, but its mostly used by myself and only a few close friends, so it does not get heavy load.
    The speeds are about 4000down/384up (Kb/s) for my cable home set-up
    For my school setup its about 7000down/1000up (Kb/s).... eaither T1 or T3, not sure.
     
  38. Ibanez3434

    Ibanez3434 Bad Trader

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    Shitty Comcast, I accctually have my own forum on this damn slow connection. but I only have about 15 members. Mostly my RL Friends. But yeah my FTP maxes out @ about 50Kbps :(. But yea, FIOS is coming 15/5 :D.

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  39. DiscoStu

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    My little network, nothing fancy. Linksys router, Linksys access point and Linksys 8 port switch with motorolla surf board cable modem.

    and the single most powerful tool to any tech, a paper clip :eek:
     
  40. jbog91

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    My network consists of a cable modem, a network card going into the computer, a network card sending the internet to my computer, and a network card in my computer recieving the connection. :p
     
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