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rufee

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  • Birthday 1994-03-05

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  1. rufee

    Need a RAID card

    Id prefer more storage space. I run a few RAID5's at work, it takes overnight to rebuild on 4TB's of storage which is not so bad. If the rebuild time for 50 on 16TB is 3-4days then that is acceptable for me.
  2. rufee

    Need a RAID card

    Hey guys, I recently acquired 16TB's (8x2tb) worth of drives and i need a decent RAID card. My plan is to setup a RAID 50 or 60 (if needed), the setup itself will be used as storage for a hypervisor in a small business. Ive been looking around and LSI 9260-8i really strikes my eye, though i would like to spend a bit less if possible, i would be happy with "last gen" if they offer similar features. LSI's naming scheme and all the forks by dell, hp, etc... really makes everything confusing. I like the IBM ServeRAID M1015, but i don't think you can attach a BBU to it, also having pins for HDD activity led's would be a plus. I don't want to go FreeNAS, because i really don't like the stability on it and there would be no need for a second server. Any suggestions ?
  3. GZ on the 1mil, been almost since the beginning and honestly i love the old 1 take format and Linus himself as cameraman As a networking geek id love to see more high end non-consumer gear if you could get your hands on some Maybe a fiber optics 101 or something.
  4. rufee

    Socket F (1207) Cooling solutions

    The mounting mechanism looks like it could hold a normal AM cooler on it. Why do server boards come with 2 holes instead of 4 ?
  5. rufee

    Socket F (1207) Cooling solutions

    Servers what else, you people have a strange perception of old
  6. Hey guys, I need a cheap way to cool a bunch of AMD Socket F cpu's, do only specialized coolers/heatsinks mount on this socket or can i adapt lets say a AM2 (or any other) cooler to mount on Socket F ? I don't can't seem to find what would work for me, any suggestions ?
  7. rufee

    Getting the mouse of my ISP

    Wires mean nothing at this speed, cat5 or 6 will give you the exact same performance.
  8. rufee

    Does this Router Exist?

    Mikrotik has its CCR series of routers if you really need 10gig capability for an affordable price. But really you will end up spending enough to buy a decent i7 machine.
  9. rufee

    Need recommendations for a good router

    Its an option, but it might not work with custom firmware.
  10. rufee

    How do you hide your cats?

    Mine are tidy, but if i had a 100 running all over my floor i wouldn't mind. Use your head find places in walls that you can run them, put something over them in corners, you will think of something. As far as cats go i don't see one: http://cl.jroo.me/z3/1/L/Q/d/a.aaa-well-hidden-cat.jpg
  11. rufee

    Enterprise router

    Chances are you wouldn't be able to configure it. If you want cheap better than consumer gear -> Mikrotik, Ubiquity.
  12. More clients, stability, reliability. On top of that you can have more than one SSID from 1 AP and split them via VLAN's, for example one AP provides a normal network and a network for guests which is restricted etc...
  13. Good good let the non consumer equipment flow through you This subforum will be empty in few years due to everyone using undying equipment and knowing how to set it up
  14. rufee

    Hey guys what is a Ubiquiti airFiber

    airFiber is not an AP, it does not comply with 802.11 standards therefore it cannot provide the wireless we are used to. It is meant as a point to point link only, it uses custom protocols to achieve that gigabit bandwidth, it is as the name suggests a fiber link in the air
  15. When i had a cap i blew it every single month, 8gb on a fiber connection thank god those days are over.
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