[vcf-midatlantic] IT stuff we need for the museum

Martin A Flynn maflynn at theflynn.org
Sat Nov 4 11:30:06 EDT 2017


Evan,

On the off chance any of the VCF has access:

  * Juniper EX2200-C, not the base EX2200.
  * Cisco 2960X or 2960XR   There is a 24 port fanless / PoE versions of
    both.   Try and grab the version model with SFP slots for 10GB uplinks
  * It's the industrial Cisco 3010 that can't be fanless and PoE

Martin

On 11/3/2017 11:11 PM, Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> Thought I'd ask here one more time before searching eBay and stuff.
>
> To improve our evolving museum network, we can use the following:
>
> - Fanless rack-mount switch. Martin recommended the Juniper EX2200 or 
> a fanless version of the Cisco 3010. He said the Cisco 2960 series 
> also has fanless versions, but they sacrifice PoE which we need for 
> security cameras. We could get by with 12 ports but 24 would be ideal
>
> - Rack-mountable UPS with good batteries. I don't have exact figures 
> for the required specs. Stuff we'd be running: a couple of PC-like 
> machines, small LCD monitor, small analog PBX, and no more than two 
> network switches. The rack's other contacts do not need emergency 
> power (stereo, minifridge .... well maybe I should reconsider about 
> the minifridge ... in an emergency we might want a cold drink!)
>
> - Rack-mountable keyboard/mouse tray.
>
> - A bunch of the proper nuts/bolts to mount 4 or 5 components.
>
> - Unrelated: we could also use two chairs and one stool. We have some 
> but they're old, breaking down, and don't match our decor. I would 
> like to get nice ones that are typical black/chrome office designs.
>
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