Welp, my original array of 36x2TB is rapidly approaching the 4 year old mark, and they've been in service 24x7 so I'm going to err on the side of caution and assume they will start dropping like flies shortly.
SC847, Dual E5-2620, 64GB ram,
LSI 9265-8i for...
Theres a few ways to do this. Simplest is probably asking your colo provider really nicely to enable LACP on your switch ports, and then bond them on your switch (assuming switch supports this, and having gigabit ports would be ideal) then you'd end up with a 200mbit trunk to your provider...
Sounds like excellent questions for your sales rep.
Premium usually isn't oversold, or isn't oversold as much. Also premium benefits from better peering.
Budget will be garbage like cogent, he, savvis, etc. and will be heavily oversold/leveraged. For example, Selling 50 people the same...
I'm also really curious to see what an owner of one of these thinks of it. One seller was claiming it's opensource and the greatest thing since sliced bread, but when I looked, I couldn't seem to find an open source project for it where folks kept updating the firmware.
I'm also very curious to...
HW firewall to me is something from cisco, juniper, etc. Some managed switch that has built in layer3 filtering functionality (or layer7 on the beefier stuff) and it might include a vpn access server, and other goodies.
This gives you one single box to manage and configure, and you can do very...
So I've got one of those SE3016s. Its decided it wants to be in an alarm state due to a temperature sensor issue.
This is the report from the drives themselves:
/dev/sdap: ST3000DM001-1CH166: 25Â°C
/dev/sdaq: ST3000DM001-1CH166: 25Â°C
/dev/sdar: ST3000DM001-1CH166: 26Â°C
Hmm alright. Was kinda hoping the cisco superstack was more compatible.
I stumbled across this
HP Brocade Open Source LB4M 48 Port Gigabit Switch Dual SFP 10GB Ports | eBay
Yet I can't seem to find any info about it, and couldn't find a thread on the forums about this switch, or any...
I've got an older 3750g I brought home. It's got 4 SFP ports, but they're all 1gbit.
It has a stacking port, and I've got some 10g stuff I'd like to connect via sfp.
Does anyone know of a 'cheaper' 4 port 10g switch with SFP's that I can connect to my 3750g via the stacking port?