NANOGers home data centers - What's in your closet?

Bryan Fields Bryan at bryanfields.net
Sat Aug 13 20:53:48 CDT 2011


On 8/13/2011 01:59, Chaim Rieger wrote:
> On 8/12/2011 7:02 PM, Leo Bicknell wrote:
>> Why? Unless you live in a HUGE house, you can do 10GE over copper to 
>> all rooms. Copper is infinately easier to run and terminate. I dunno 
>> about you, but 10GE is both out of my price range, and useless given 
>> the speed of my NAS disks, Comcast cable modem, and WiFI box. GigE, 
>> switched, is quite nice and affordable. Now, if you have to run to 
>> another building on the property (even just a detached garage) fiber 
>> is the way to go due to ground loops, but that's a slightly different 
>> story... 
> Leo I have a spare 10Ge 48 port switch that you can have, if you ask 
> nicely.

I'll throw in a 4 post gruber rack for anyone that wants to pick it up.

I'm in the bay area by St Pete beach.


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