Cat6 don’t bother with sfp+ just do cat6 wires and jacks. You can do affordable 2/5gb switches for now then switch to 10gb later. The 12-24 port 10gb switches are under 1k now though which I think is reasonable
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Full disclosure… an adobe datacenter closed near me and I got ridiculously high quality cables used for short runs between SANs… they can do about 20 gbps … so I think im pretty covered here
sweet. I guess in time it will all come down. I generally wait until OpenWRT is available for a router. While its not really scientific. Ive found its a good measure of development of the wireless generational chipsets. Right now for me AC is king and despite actually understanding the physical engineer layer improvements of AX … it wasnt worth my investment yet. Too much development. I mean wifi 6E (aka 802.11 ax wave 2)… is right here… and tbch theres going to be a lot of development as us military folk move off of the sub I nato bands … and it opens spectrum to commercial…
So yeah Im starting to think about the upgrade down the road. This one you see took about a year or so of planning and its still a mess lol. I have yet to plop my 24 1GBE switch in that I got from sarge. Ive got this giant amount of packaging and parts I gotta sort because of a joint project (between sarge and I) coming to the forum soon.
I was aware of 2.5 GBE but not 5GBE… thats a thing? My main motivation is when I move to AX the wires will become a limitation and nobody likes that. Especially as 10 gigabit fiber in my area is coming for a price thats ridiculously low… (state has some open infrastructure project going)
Max lazy mode chuck switch under router mode engaged
Thanks @SgtAwesomesauce switch worked flawlessly
It was unsuccessful. The pi4 OCd with my yuge heatsink running pihole with as many servers as I have in the resolver and as big of cache as I have was too robust
Results across multiple clients all doing this at once (10,000 queries a second each)
Statistics: Queries sent: 180957451 Queries completed: 177977352 (98.35%) Queries lost: 2880123 (1.59%) Queries interrupted: 10034 (0.06%) Response codes: NOERROR 13724982 (77.12%), SERVFAIL 188871 (1.06%), NXDOMAIN 3883865 (21.82%), REFUSED 2 (0.00%) Average packet size: request 38, response 77 Run time (s): 1492.196066 Queries per second: 121285.154825 Average Latency (s): 0.194975 (min 0.000163, max 4.966739) Latency StdDev (s): 0.348371
Like maybe I could spinup my own DoH server for when im out and about… No ads everywhere.
DoT as well for android private DNS?
Like as long as I don’t get cache evictions the server is performing correctly
Anyone know the dangers in doing what I’m saying above?
@SgtAwesomesauce Its all hear. Commence AI
odin:~ # zpool status pool: OnePoint21GigaWatts state: ONLINE config: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM OnePoint21GigaWatts ONLINE 0 0 0 raidz2-0 ONLINE 0 0 0 sdb ONLINE 0 0 0 sdc ONLINE 0 0 0 sdd ONLINE 0 0 0 sde ONLINE 0 0 0 sdf ONLINE 0 0 0 sdg ONLINE 0 0 0 errors: No known data errors odin:~ # zfs list NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT OnePoint21GigaWatts 464K 14.1T 44.0K /mnt/OnePoint21GigaWatts OnePoint21GigaWatts/encrypted 42.0K 2.00T 42.0K /mnt/OnePoint21GigaWatts/encrypted OnePoint21GigaWatts/media 42.0K 4.00T 42.0K /mnt/OnePoint21GigaWatts/media OnePoint21GigaWatts/nextcloud 42.0K 8.00T 42.0K /mnt/OnePoint21GigaWatts/nextcloud odin:~ # zfs get all OnePoint21GigaWatts | grep compress OnePoint21GigaWatts compressratio 1.00x - OnePoint21GigaWatts compression zstd local OnePoint21GigaWatts refcompressratio 1.00x - odin:~ #
I fuckin love ZFS… heck yeah on the fly ztsd any day
odin:~ # zfs get all OnePoint21GigaWatts | grep checksum OnePoint21GigaWatts checksum sha512 local odin:~ #
@SgtAwesomesauce this filesystem is awesome
What do you use to tell drives apart? Do you have them in drive trays with LED indicators, or label the SATA cables, or … ? So like if your ZFS finds errors on one you know which one to replace?
Lol the sata port tag. Drive 1 is at the bottom. Drive 6 is at the top
Ive done a thing
Ive done Yet Another Thing
Slowly I will have all my information coming out as small wiki posts. LOL
BLOCK YOUTUBE ADS
So blocking ads via the manifests alternative lookups is not too bad, Can confirm it works though
#➤ [documents] nslookup manifest.googlevideo.com Server: 10.31.82.3 Address: 10.31.82.3#53 Non-authoritative answer: Name: manifest.googlevideo.com Address: 220.127.116.11 Name: manifest.googlevideo.com Address: 2607:f8b0:400f:801::200e #➤ [documents]
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo cat /etc/hosts [sudo] password for eric: # Static table lookup for hostnames. # See hosts(5) for details. 18.104.22.168 manifest.googlevideo.com 2607:f8b0:400f:801::200e manifest.googlevideo.com [[email protected] ~]$
No more ads
According to reddit this is your process. It definitely works
Extend it further. Create your own list
echo "" > youtube-domains.txt echo "" > youtube-filtered.txt echo "" > youtube-ads.txt curl "https://api.hackertarget.com/hostsearch/?q=googlevideo.com" > youtube-domains.txt cat youtube-domains.txt | cut -d, -f1 > youtube-filtered.txt sed '1d' youtube-filtered.txt > youtube-ads.txt
Just place that in the /srv/pihole folder
Map to localhost/nameofpiholeadstext.txt
Voila. Update gravity can pull it from itself
Cron tasked it to do this every night
Credit is due where Credit is due
Engaging translation matrix…
Translation: harass them if things go wrong.
I think something was lost in the translation /S honestly some of those issues are dumb. I hate how things break in stupid ways.
I also hate semicolons
You got a lotta hate buddy
Hey what can I say… I got alotta hate so im dishing it out, gotta give back some how /s
I filled the gaps in my journal I wont need much to keep it going and adapt from here but jesus christ does webshit break a lot. We are just desensitized to it