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Atlantisman

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About Atlantisman

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    Junior Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Utah
  • Occupation
    IT Manager/CIO

System

  • CPU
    i7 3770k
  • Motherboard
    Sabertooth Z77
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance
  • GPU
    GTX 780
  • Case
    Corsair 540 Air
  • Storage
    2x Intel 520 SSD Raid 0
  • PSU
    Corsair AX850
  • Display(s)
    1x 27" Samsung 3x 24" Asus
  • Cooling
    Swifttech H220
  • Keyboard
    Logitech 710+
  • Mouse
    Logitech G500
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 558

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  1. Atlantisman

    LG PF1000U Ultra Short Throw Projector Giveaway

    Looks awesome, it would be dream to bring to a LAN party.
  2. Atlantisman

    Budget Guide to Increase your Local Network Speed by 10x

    Yeah, that advise was not very good. If you actually did that part of the internet would be inaccessible and you would be bashing your head against it for days.
  3. Not at all. Unless you're going 10gig, or have problems with your onboard NIC.
  4. Atlantisman

    4gb fiber card help

    I would see if you can find anyone that has tested them on at least Windows 7-8, vista is going back pretty far and drivers are something that can be really finicky.
  5. Atlantisman

    4gb fiber card help

    Fiber Channel is NOT the same thing as Ethernet, this cards do use Fiber optic cables as Ethernet can, but your OSes have to support the Fiber Channel Protocol. I would think that both of those OSes wouldn't have an issue with it though. Just double check to make sure that those cards have drivers for Win10 and Server 2012
  6. Atlantisman

    Windows 10 Home domain join

    You would not be able to join the domain created by the server with "home" editions of windows. This means you will not be able to centrally authenticate. You would be able to access shares, but it wouldn't be as "clean" because you don't have domain credentials attached to your windows login so you have to set the mapped drive to "Remember Password" or w/e it is.
  7. Atlantisman

    4gb fiber card help

    Both devices would have to support Fiber Channel, and that card specifically, but yes.
  8. Atlantisman

    Review of Ubiquity EdgeRouters?

    Yeah, i have google fiber and an edgerouter lite can easily handle the full gig of throughput. under 100$ for a router that can handle a full gig of throughput with firewall rules and etc going is unheard of in the business world.
  9. Atlantisman

    Review of Ubiquity EdgeRouters?

    Not true. A router is a device that routes packets from one network to another. They have nothing to do with wifi. Wifi access points (APs) are put in consumer routers to make your general consumer happy. A consumer router is really three devices: Wifi Access Point Router Switch Many "business-grade" routers will not have more than 2 ports, WAN and LAN. And if they do have more than two ports its for more than 1 LAN network. i.e. WAN, LAN, LAN2. EDIT: Additionally, a modem is a completely separate and different device that modulates and demodulates signals from another source i.e. demodulates DSL signaling into standard Ethernet protocols. Sometimes in the consumer space all four of these devices will be integrated into a single unit. However, in the business space all of these devices are their own discrete devices.
  10. Atlantisman

    Review of Ubiquity EdgeRouters?

    Edgerouters are pretty awesome. I give them to clients, and recommend them to people that want to take full advantage of their Google Fiber speeds (the default google router is bad). EDIT: Also, i believe currently they are using pfsense, which is another excellent option.
  11. Atlantisman

    Just got new ISP, Veracity, Insane Speed!

    Haha, i live near you! I have Google Fiber though. EDIT: See sig for the details. EDIT 2: I also use to have veracity, and use to work for a company that did the T1 tech support for veracity.
  12. Atlantisman

    Low cost 10 gigabit pci-e card?

    Best you can hope for is around 200$ for each NIC and at least 800-1000$ for a switch. What's the application for this? Maybe it's better fit not going 10gb, or better fit for something like fiber channel?
  13. Atlantisman

    New LMG HQ Internet Speed

    1. Business internet connections with a SLA (Service-Level Agreement) don't come cheap, so i believe 1.3k/mo. 2. My work pays 600/mo for a 80/80 connection with a SLA, and they're located just a few miles from Google Fiber. 3. 2Gb/s both ways on comcast? lol, i doubt any of us will live to see the day. And at 300/mo? Right.... EDIT: Also, pfSense is awesome. Been around forever, super stable, tons of features.
  14. Atlantisman

    Enable gigabyte bandwidth

    Can confirm. Have this.
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