Tuesday, February 7, 2006


Mini Network with a Big XServe Style

`Or, how to be the biggest network geek you can in only 1 square foot of space. Starting last year after reading Ward Mundy’s How-To Bonanza, I knew I needed to use the Mac Mini as the core hardware component for my home network. Mostly because it looks good and small form fits easily on my desk. Good as that might be, the Mac Minis do have drawbacks and, if you’re serious about your hosting choices, these do have to be overcome; this is what my post is all about.’

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