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Discussion in 'General Topics' started by jin xien yu, May 3, 2011.


  1. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    For you what is the best network topology ? Please explain why, need some idea . .:)
     
  2. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    What do you mean?
    Supernetting? Subnetting? Thundernetting? Crispynetting? Chicharon?
    hehe
     
  3. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    kahit anu master except supernetting . .
     
  4. josekym

    josekym Member




    What class of network are we talking about? For the "usual" peer network/workgroup, the common Star (or Distributed Star) topology is best for me, in terms of cost and efficiency.
     
  5. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    it for a company guys so more on file management . .
     
  6. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    file management? Then use NAS instead.
     
  7. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    network attached storage ? can you please tell me its advantages and disadvantages ???:)
     
  8. josekym

    josekym Member




    "File management" should work on any network topology, so maybe you could start by getting an idea of the amount of traffic you are expected to push around on the LAN.

    Pwede pa rin Distributed Star with FO backbone/s.
     
  9. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    Advantages:
    1. Will save more room space.
    2. Networked Attached no need to route connection on a Computer Unit (unless na lang kung gusto gumamit nang system policies)
    3. Centralized ang files.
    4. Marami pang iba.

    Disadvantages:
    1. Pag nasira
    2. marami pang iba.
     
  10. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    Sir kym parang masyado ata yung FO ang backbone hehe.
     
  11. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    ah ok . . . hmmmmm . . kasi halos lahat ng transactions d2 through internet eh . .
     
  12. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    oh through internet naman pala, pwede mo ire-route (port forward) ang NAS mo, or make an FTP server, diba naka VPN ka naman? So, no need to worry
     
  13. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    need pa ba ng NAS khit may server nmn na?
     
  14. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    ^ ano ba server mo? Simpleng Computer unit? Or Server type talaga hehe
     
  15. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    server type tlaga . .
     
  16. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    ^ ano specs. Para malaman natin kung server type talaga.
     
  17. jin xien yu

    jin xien yu Member




    ^actually medyo luma na to kaya papalitan ko na din namn pero eto specs nya

    Intel Pentium III xeon
    2048 MB ram
    Proliant ML150 G5
    OS Microsoft Windows server 2003 r2
     
  18. josekym

    josekym Member




    Eheheh. Hindi naman, dahil depende pa rin sa present and future network plans ni TS iyan... Future proofing na rin on their network. Later on, kung Gigabit or multi-gigabit na ang demand ni TS sa LAN niya, then he'd be decently covered IMO.

    Kung flat lang naman na network, with one or two subnets, then pwede din siya mag-Gig-E lang muna na all-copper.
     
  19. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    Nyay 2Gb RAM?

    Gano kalaki ang HDD nang "server" mo? :)
     
  20. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    Hehe sir kym mukhang di pa ready si TS for GigaLan technology :)
     
                                 

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