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Also got the 10G switch for use as a backbone, and it’ll be used for our 3D guys plus SAN
Linux434002yGood, throw that sonicwall in the bin
Linux434002yAnd btw, althought I am not a apple Guy, I do think that it is a shame that they stopped their xserve lineup
@Linux yeah, I think the xserve lineup looks sexy, almost like the unifi.
The IT guy wanted to buy a new sonicwall for around 2000$, while I proposed a unifi way, that included 2x gateways (redundancy), new switches, access points to create a unified wifi across the office and a 10G network solution for our 3D guys
Where everything is easy to manage, easy to expand, and would work well with my proposed SAN solution
@Kimmax I’m splitting it into some VLANs, everything goes in it’s own VLAN (employees, guests, servers)
A proper DMZ would imply a 2nd gateway, I’m just setting up a VLAN with very strict firewall rules. I’m gonna try to move most things into a VM if I can.
The gateway is a Unifi Gateway Pro, where I have a 2nd one as a backup for redundancy.
The USGs also do openvpn, not in the gui yet, but you can do it through cli
@Lahsen2016 it looks cool ofcurse!
Nah, there’s a patch panel on the back of the rack, plus some old switches. I couldn’t connect stuff to the new network because of the clusterfuck that is the old network.
I need to reconfigure the xserves and some of the other servers, but I only have access to one of them. And as it’s a business critical system, nothing is connected yet.
Just waiting for the imbecile IT guy to give me access to it