Network Diagram
Networking
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Wireless is wonderful, but not as fast, secure, or reliable as wired networks. This shows the approximate locations and very approximate routes for the cables. We’ll probably use Cat 6 wire and a gigabit switch, just to reduce the time until we want to upgrade.

The nearly illegible yellow says "Mesh to House". We use a mesh network (Sveasoft) to share internet connections with another home, with my satellite backing up their faster microwave connection. As of today, if you are on the mesh you can everyone’s shared files. With the new plan, the home network will be isolated from browsing by mesh users.

DuraNET 10-10 Rugged IP67 Ethernet Switch Targets Cost-Sensitive Homeland
Leveraging Parvus' engineering heritage with rugged IP networking products for military vehicle and aerospace platforms, the DuraNET 10-10 is a lower-cost alternative geared towards civilian defense and mobile tactical / critical infrastructure …
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Scientists set networking speed record
During the SuperComputing conference 2011 in November, researchers installed high-end servers and 100Gbps networking gear to connect a supercomputer at the conference in Seattle to another in Victoria, British Columbia, it was revealed in a statement …
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Aruba Networks Virtual Intranet Access (VIA) App Now Available on the App Store
The Wi-Fi-aware VPN application enables seamless security on both public and private wireless networks. VIA builds on Aruba's Remote Networking portfolio, which offers automatic configuration of wireless device settings, requiring zero-touch for the …
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7 Enterprise Social Platforms Think Beyond Facebook
These 7 players show today's wide range of options for internal social networking. In a recent story on internal social networking, experts discussed the potential of enterprise social networks to drive knowledge worker efficiency to new levels. …
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