Project Firebox II – update!Blog, Update

by c0urier on 02-07/2008 with 0 comments

So finally all parts has arrived, I will continue to make all the things fit tonight – Which means I will have an update around tomorrow. Pictures and everything should as well be ready for tomorrow, so for those of you that has any interest in this, have something to look forward to :).

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Router/Firewall

by c0urier on 28-06/2008 with Comments Off on Router/Firewall comments

CPU Intel® Core i5-3570T CPU cooler CRYORIG C7 Motherboard ASUS P8H77-I Memory Kingston DDR3 HyperX blu 1600MHz 8GB Hard Drive Western Digital Scorpio Blue 120GB 2.5″ SATA (8 MB Cache, 5400RPM) NIC 1 Realtek® 8111F Gigabit LAN – AP link NIC 2/3 Fujitsu D2735-2 Dual gigabit – based on the Intel® chip 82576NS Case Chieftec …

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Server status

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pve00.c0urier.net: – CPU(s): 2x Intel Xeon X5680 Hexa-core 3.33 GHz 12MB Cache (12 Cores, 24 Threads) – Memory: 144GB (18X8GB) DDR3 ECC FBDIMM – Raid Controller 1: FTS Controller SAS 6G 5/6 512MB Cache (D2616) – Raid Controller 2: LSI MegaRAID® SAS 9286CV-8e 1024MB Cache (CacheVault) – HDD set 1: 2x 300 GB SAS 15k …

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Workstation

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CPU Intel Core i7 7700K / 4.2 GHz @ 4.7 GHz CPU overclock CPU clock: 4.7GHz, vcore 1.330 CPU cooler NZXT Kraken X62 Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z170X-GAMING 3-EU Memory 32GB G.Skill Ripjaws V 4×8 3200mhz Graphics card Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1070 WINDFORCE OC 8G GPU overclock GPU Clock: +125MHz, GPU Voltage: +0%, Power Limit: +11%, Memory …

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Firebox II vs. Mod (A little project)Hardware, Software

by c0urier on 27-06/2008 with 4 comments

Well since I have been having this Watchguard Firebox II standing around for ages, and I haven’t used it even ones due to my laziness I have come to the conclusion I wanted to tune it up a bit. Firstly Watchguard’s own software is way out aged, so I will be replacing it with DD-WRT’s …

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