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Offline gcu_greyarea

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #15 on: May 15, 2017, 04:22:12 am »
SG-2220 used as Transparent Firewall.

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #16 on: May 24, 2017, 08:19:15 am »
SG-4860-1U & SG-2220


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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #17 on: June 01, 2017, 10:22:30 am »
There's an SG-2440 buried in there! 

This is my boss's house.  Just finished the restoration of a 140 year old home.  Uplink coming on a pair of Ubiquiti PBE-500's - 1.25 mile haul to our office building's 1GbE connection.  Handing him a public /29, same as our tenants.

Got 16 speakers in the house, 3 APs, Infinias access control, LG geothermal with VRF (ACSmart Stat), cameras, offsite company backup, and a handful of VMs on that HP.

I built a smart mirror in his bathroom with a bunch of widgets on a monitor behind interrogation glass.  (I'll get some pictures if requested).

Fun project!

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #18 on: July 06, 2017, 09:59:56 am »
My Home network distribution center at basement.
SG-4860-1U

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #19 on: August 14, 2017, 08:42:36 am »
2440 with power switch (stops customers just pulling the power) and external sim holder for sim card.

P.S. if any one wants an external sim holder PM me. (you'll have to pay postage).  :)

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #20 on: August 16, 2017, 08:27:58 am »


...I built a smart mirror in his bathroom with a bunch of widgets on a monitor behind interrogation glass.  (I'll get some pictures if requested)...


Yes please..
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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #21 on: September 17, 2017, 02:35:09 pm »
I usually install APU boards, but in this instance, I knew there were going to be multiple WAN connections. This system is serving 31 rooms in a student accomodation building. Each room has an in-wall access point, with their own VLAN. Each VLAN has a slice of network bandwidth available.

All of the Syslog data is sent to the bottom box in the rack, and is saved to the USB stick. I then have a server sat in AWS which connects on a nightly basis and downloads the logs from the USB drive.


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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #22 on: September 20, 2017, 08:17:03 am »


...I built a smart mirror in his bathroom with a bunch of widgets on a monitor behind interrogation glass.  (I'll get some pictures if requested)...


Yes please..

I acquired a 30"x30" sheet of one-way interrogation glass from our company's glass supplier.  I bought a 27" asus monitor and ripped the front bezel off.  I applied a liberal amount of liquid nails between the bezel-less chassis and the screen to make sure it wasn't going anywhere.  I did this to get the screen as close to the glass as possible.

I needed a way to mask ambient light from bleeding through the back of the glass, so I used 3M vinyl wrap that's use for car decaling.  I smoothed it across the glass, making sure to be careful of air bubbles. 

I measured the space where the monitor is planning to go in relation to the standoff locations, then mounted a small flat wall mount for the monitor.  I put the mirror on the mount and glass on the wall, then marked the wrap where the top of the monitor hit the glass.

Using that as reference point, I traced the outline of the monitor on the vinyl, and then marked a second set of lines 1/2" inside of the first.  Using a straight edge and a razor blade, I gently cut the vinyl and peeled away the inside.

After that, I just had to put the monitor back on the mount, and the glass back on the standoffs, and we're ready to roll.

The video source is a Chromebit in kiosk mode.  It points to a local ubuntu wordpress VM.  I made a custom theme and added a bunch of generic widgets.

I've made three of these mirrors now, the largest having a 43" 4k tv behind it.  If anyone has any interest in more details, feel free to PM me.  It was fun figuring out how to do this, and after three, I've got the process down.

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #23 on: October 30, 2017, 06:24:03 am »
On the smaller scale:

SG-1000 portable solution, VPN via 4G, on battery - for the world of IoT

 
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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #24 on: October 31, 2017, 05:20:22 am »
what sort of run time do you get on that battery?

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Re: Official pfSense hardware customer photos / network pics porn!
« Reply #25 on: October 31, 2017, 06:06:47 am »
Around 16 hours, depending on 4G network drain (tower distance, uploads).
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