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Thread: Who has a Server at home




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    I was just wondering what sort of network you have at home

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    I'm running active directory with ISA server
    I've got wireless & cat 5 coverage over my house
    SAV corporate server is also running
    I've got VPN running to a mates house
    I'm also running a web server & media streaming server (proper web based - not just file shares)
    I'll probably install SUS next week (System update server)

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    MS network - no dedicated server
    Webserver - apache installed on my comp and a second test comp, none are run full time though. i spose the built in webpages on the router can sort of count as a webserver too :)

    And: why are the results of the poll being shown to be part of this thread? does it have anything to do with all these database errors?

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    There's 7 computers in my house.

    1. old compaq 386 running coyote linux - firewall/router/dhcp server
    2. old 486 dell notebook with a wireless NIC and a regular NIC [my homebrew wireless access point, RADIUS server, the way its setup you can't access my network via wireless without an account and a MAC address thats valid on my network].
    3. Windows 2003 server eval version [for 3 more months anyway]. I'm using it as a file store and also to mess around with terminal services and an Oracle database.
    4. Debian linux - my main server which has 100 gig of storage on it. also hosts a few internal websites which I play around with .
    5. AMD Athlon t-bird system with IDE removable trays which i use to swap operating systems [I run Win 98SE, XP, RedHAt 8, Icepack linux & debian on it].
    6. Intel P3 system with NT4, Win2K, Solaris 7/8 intel x86 and SCO Openserver on it via IDE trays.
    7. POS 200mhz Pentium MMX system which I use for DOS games and WinNT 4 [via ide tray as well].

    all 7 of those machines are wired to a switch in the basement with lotsa cat 5 cable I have network jacks in several rooms [2 in the room with most of the computers, 1 in my bedroom, 1 in dining room, 2 in basement] and a patch panel in the basemant which connects to my switch.

    then I got 2 laptops a POS Dell P3-500 and a nice Sager 2ghz P4 which i usually use outside or on the deck in the yard when the weather is nice..

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    no servers at all right now, but I did have a small LAN configured behind a router when I had more computers under the same roof.

    I've given some consideration to running a web/email server, but I want some more hardware to run it on a seperate rig first.
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Got a machine that acts part time Web / FTP server, and has also been set up as a VPN server.

    Thinking in the future of testing out Netware 6 when we upgrade to it at work, so I can figure out how to use it properly.

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    I just have an FTP server right now but as soon as I get the other pc together gonna run Linux server on old pc

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    Not my personal network but the network through which I connect to internet.
    57 PC's on LAN running a dedicated server with Windows 2000.
    Server runs a "Bandwidth and Subscriber Management Software" which needs all users to login to the server via a client software.
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    well heck if you wanted work stuff to we run our server on Linux LAN with well over 400+ pcs I'd imagine just for this department. Everybody has their own login. Hospital wide shoot over 2000+ users.

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