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There's a saying something to the effect of "the carpenter's house gets built last."

No joke. My setup is a mess.

I'll second that.

I mounted a few devices near my electrical panel and the wires are just a mess. I have no time or want to make it look nice.

I still may post some photos lol
    
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Any points for awful photo quality?

I really need to replace that ASA with a WLC frown.gif

post #13 of 19
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Where did you get that little rack thing?
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Where did you get that little rack thing?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/310691449385

Pretty basic, does it's job as a lab rack decently though.
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I think I may get one of those racks if it fits in my closet or maybe use some 2x4's to make a sort of rack.
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I built my rack out of old furniture biggrin.gif Houses 2x3750s, 4770, and a 2901 router for messing with Call Manager and Unity
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This is my Network Diagram:

Green is 10base2
Black is Ethernet
Orange is Fiber
Light Blue is ThickNet
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This is my Network Diagram:

Green is 10base2
Black is Ethernet
Orange is Fiber
Light Blue is ThickNet

10Base2 and 10Base5

Wat

I used that crap waaaaaaaay back in High School.
    
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Still have some old computers and PDA's that use 10Base2 and 10Base5.
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