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brngates

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  1. So as my personal workstation is quickly increasing in storage size so are its backups and the HDD cages are beginning to fill, so here is where i begin. im thinking about building a cheap server for around $300 to run FreeNAS. The use? well a daily 1.5TB+ Windows Server Backup which backs up the whole corporate network we were using external drives untill well it ran out of space(455KB left ) So i have the option to add larger capacity HDD's to my workstation and just use windows server to setup a network file share and use it for backups or i could deploy a FreeNAS system to backup the whole network more efficiently, as i do plan for the storage used on my computer to quickly fill the 3TB of storage i already have in my workstation i need some suggestions also some ways to cut costs so that i can have the most storage available(i was thinking a Pentium CPU with 8GB of DDR3 memory as i already own a extra 8GB DDR3 module from a old computer...) Suggestions?
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    Network layout showoff

    Here is my Network Layout Made with NMAP for the network layout 192.168.1.1 MODEM FROM ISP GOES TO 192.168.1.9 WHICH IS A SWITCH THAT THEN GOES TO 10.0.0.50 FOR PFSENSE FIREWALL/GATEWAY 10.0.0.1 IS MY WIRELESS AP 10.0.0.40/Windows Server 2012r2 DataCenter Edition FOR DNS AND ACTIVE DIRECTORY FOR CORPORATE NETWORK. EVERY THING IS SEGMENTED BY VLANS PROXYS AND A CAPTIVE PORTAL WE ALSO PROVIDE LOCAL NETWORK ONLY WEB HOSTING SERVICES FOR CORPORATE FUNCTIONS PXE SERVER ACTIVE DIRECTORY AND HYPER-V. Any questions feel free to ask.
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