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Little down time 2 years 11 months ago #393

  • ThibmoRozier
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Hey guys!
Sorry for the little down time in my graph.
I just finished a full upgrade to the backbone of my network at home.
Now running it all through separated networks, application servers over a serial cable from my ISP and the computer/office/home network over a standard 30 Mbps down - 10 Mbps up cable connection, through a improved router-on-a-stick configuration for the home network using Cisco routers and switches.
The server part is a tad more complex and way more fault tolerant.
Using a single serial to two 1 Gbps Ethernet connections to two load-balancers and then to the rack switches of the server racks, where there are also the security systems (basically two server units that do nothing but use 16 cores each to check every connection for authenticity and block any attacks on any protocol, keeping a quota for the specified ports that are allowed to send/receive data, making it a lot less vulnerable to childish attacks like DDoS, port rape and our cellphone attack friend called "Joker"{I hate this guy, sorry.}).
This should now give a more stable connection for my home stuff aswell, like the data uploads to Radmon.

Thanks for reading and again, sorry for the little down time, I worked as fast as I could. :)

Thimo.
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Little down time 2 years 11 months ago #394

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Wow, sounds like a hell of a setup for a home system! Is this to deal with everyone in the house consuming all available bandwidth :lol:
I have been meaning to get an old server to go in my workshop rack...
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Little down time 2 years 11 months ago #397

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I have a little bit of business running on the servers, mainly customer application software for Android apps.
The home stuff is because I like to have my network part to be clean from the interference of other family members.
creating ideal testing environments for software etcetra.
So yeah, two networks, one fancy for home stuff and one because of upgrading needs to keep my SLA standards correct.
Those annoying kiddo's keep messing with servers using new DDoS methods... Hard to keep up with it. :/
I even saw DDoS attacks over protocols like Telnet, MS-SQL, MS-update, etc....
Just ridiculous!
Can't they just let the small companies do their job, trying to earn a penny with honest work? :/

//Edit: And the server part is over a serial line.. So a separated connection, should be 1 Gbps but... Eh, you never get it all. :P
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