[clug] Cabling your home and managing your boxen.

Cody W. Appleby c.appleby at argon.net.au
Mon Dec 4 20:34:05 GMT 2006


John. R. Turk sell racks out in there fyshwick store however you are better off going to an ex-gov auction and getting a rack from there for $50~
JRT, Also have all the rack accessory's =)


On Mon, 04 Dec 2006 23:17:45 +1100, Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> I've rearranged my room again and so now my two always-on machines
> (firewall
> and web server) are now sitting out in the open again.  This always makes
> me
> think of putting a nice comprehensively organised cabling solution into
> the
> house.  Hearing Mikal talk of his server cupboard also makes me think of
> having all the 'working machines' out of the way in their own (ventilated
> but
> soundproof) space.  All in all I'm probably looking at sixteen connected
> devices, including phones.
> So what do other people do with their home boxen?  Do you spend the money
> on
> getting an actual rack with power rails and cabling patch panels?  How do
> you
> make sure that your hidden media server gets the power, air and data it
> needs?
>  Are there racking and equipment stores that will accept a private punter
> off
> the street?
> Hoping for your input,
> Paul
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Cody Appleby
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