[LUNI] Making a private network somewhat public.
gatorreina at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 07:18:54 CST 2007
Yes spares are pre-configured. However, for reasons such as replication and
quick deployability spares are also on the network. Maybe I need to find a
way around that. Or maybe I need to just keep having two separate
networks. I really appreciate all of the responses. I think it's been a
very instructive thread. If anyone has anything else to add I am all ears,
but for now I think I have to conclude that additional risk is not justified
by the convenience.
On Dec 12, 2007 12:03 PM, Martin Maney < maney at two14.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 11:30:30AM -0600, Richard Reina wrote:
> > Nothing really all that special, but between my database server and my
> > software PBX even one day without data and or phones would be highly
> > undesirable.
> Well, you have preconfigured spares for both then, right? Otherwise a
> 10 cent capacitor in a power supply could have you down for a day
> pretty easily. Much more likely cause of failure than random
> molestation from the internet.
> (just had a power supply with some dodgy brand - Yujjiya or some such -
> stop wroking the other day... not that I'd know it had the bad parts
> inside until after I'd replaced it. seems to have cleared up some
> erratic problems that machine had been having, too)
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