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Network Gear

By dbott | October 16, 2009

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Primary ReadyNAS :
ReadyNAS Pro Business Edition : 1024 MB RAM : 6 x 500 GB Seagate 320 NS : Raidiator 4.2.5 : SSH Enabled : WordPress (powers this site)

Backup ReadyNAS:
ReadyNAS NVX Business Edition : 1024 MB RAM : 2 x 500 GB Seagate 320 NS : 2 x 1 TB WDC WD1002FBYS-02A6B0 : Raidiator 4.2.13 : SSH Enabled

Router: D-Link DGL-4500 Gigabit Wireless a/b/g/n
Switch: Netgear GS108T : 8 Port Gigabit Managed Switch

Desktop: Dell OptiPlex GX520 : P4-3.0 GHz : 1 GB RAM : BroadCom BCM5751 : Ubuntu 10.04
Laptop: Dell Inspiron 6400 : Core Duo T2400 : 2 GB RAM : ATI x1400 : Multi-boot : Win 7 Pro : XP Pro : XP MCE : Windows 2003 Server : Vista Ultimate : Ubuntu Linux
Others: iMac DV SE : OSX Panther :: HP iPAQ 4350 : PocketPC 2003 :: iPod Touch 32 GB

HDTV: LG 42LG70 42″ 1080p 120Hz Flat-Panel LCD HDTV
Media Player: Netgear EVA-8000 Digital Entertainer HD

UPS: TrippLite OMNISMART 1000LCD UPS

Work

Primary ReadyNAS:
ReadyNAS 2100 RNRX-4410 : 1024 MB RAM : 4 x 1 TB Seagate : Raidiator 4.2.5 : SSH Enabled

Remote Backup ReadyNAS #1:
ReadyNAS 2100 RNRX-4410 : 1024 MB RAM : 4 x 1 TB Western Digital : Raidiator 4.2.5 : SSH Enabled

Remote Backup ReadyNAS #2:
ReadyNAS 2100 RNRX-4410 : 1024 MB RAM : 4 x 1 TB Western Digital : Raidiator 4.2.5 : SSH Enabled

At work, I backup just over a dozen servers (primarily Windows 2000/2003 and RedHat Linux) using rsync to push the data to the Primary ReadyNAS 2100.  Every night, the primary ReadyNAS is scheduled to take a snapshot to freeze the data.  Shortly thereafter, the other 2 remote ReadyNAS devices then pull a backup of the primary NAS over rsync.

The ReadyNAS 2100s are integrated into Windows AD and the 2 backup units are also configured to provide DHCP services to the remote locations.

Topics: ReadyNAS, Tech | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Network Gear”

  1. Tweets that mention Network Gear | The Bott Blog -- Topsy.com Says:
    April 29th, 2010 at 11:40 am

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by mdgm. mdgm said: @dbott67 Have you installed these drives yet? Perhaps you wish to update your Network Gear page? See http://home.bott.ca/webserver/?p=297 […]