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  1. FN-GM
    FN-GM
    My setup is:

    2 X Windows Server 2003 (DC, VPN, DNS, DHCP, File Server)
    1 X Exchange Virtual Machine

    Abit of an overkil i know. Im not as bad as this guy though http://smorris.uber-geek.net/lab.htm
  2. internetdemon
    internetdemon
    Mines:
    Windows Server 2003 (DNS, RAS, TS, IIS, File Server, Print Server)
    SuSe Linux Enterprise Server 10 (Squid, SquidGuard, SAMBA)
    XP Pro (With VMWare Server running a 'test' domain)
  3. budgester
    budgester
    Ubuntu and Debian for web,ssh,dev and anything else I feel like.
  4. Steven
    Steven
    I have a Windows server 2003 running
    Domain Controller
    VPN
    DNS
    DHCP
    File Server
    Apache Web Server
    and VMWare running Ubuntu Server for Proxy
  5. webman
    webman
    Neon - FreeNAS file server, 1TB. Running on Jetway ITX board.
    Mercury - Ubuntu 7.10 everything server. DHCP, DNS, Squid, Apache reverse proxy, TFTP for PXE-booting GeeXboX media PC.
  6. Joedetic
    Joedetic
    I've got a FreeBSD box that was, up until recently, running Apache (including reverse proxying) mySQL, Nagios, Cacti, irssi for constant IRC, BIND for DNS, DHCPd for...well it's obvious isn't it? and some other stuff. It's about to be "decomissioned" so i can do some testing with DRBD and Linux-HA all being well

    I've got a windows 2003 box too that is going to be taking over the FreeBSD side of things running on a VM probably quite soon and it also runs uTorrent web gui (it's much better than TorrentFlux and it's varients) for RSS downloads, AD, DNS for AD, VPN stuff for site to site between my house and a mate's it also acts as a remote entry point onto the network via MSTSC
  7. InvisibleIntellectual
    InvisibleIntellectual
    OK here goes

    3 x 2003 R2 SP2 Servers (2 x AD/FAP/VPN (load balanced)/DHCP/DNS) 1 x Exchange (WWW/VPN/SMTP/POP3/IMAP)
    1 x Virtual Server (VMware Hypervisor) (Has Centos 5.1 (BIND DNS) and Fedora Core - both kerberos authenticated to AD)
    1 x Server on teh interweb (Virtual host - also runs Exim with customised spam assassin)
    1 x Static IP Range @ Home (Now thats geeky!)

    Email is routed through the Server on Teh interweb for Spam Filtering and then through to the Exchange Server @ home

    WANTED: A Life
  8. Trapper
    Trapper
    Many, many Virtual Servers.

    No longer have a "real" one, as it cost far too much in electricity to justify running one 24/7 to host a basic web/file/print server!
  9. ICTNUT
    ICTNUT
    OK Here goes my setup:

    2 x Server 2003 R2 SP2 server (AD, DHCP, VPN, DNS, RADUIS)
    1 x Server 2008 (For playing)
    2 x 2TB TeraStations
    1 x Server 2003 R2 SP2 runinng VM Server (1 x 2003 R2 SP2 with SQL server 2005, 1 x 2003 R2 SP2 with SQL server 2000, 1 x 2003 R2 SP2 with MySQL, Unbuntu 7.10 LAMP)
    1 x HP Dual quad core, 8Gb, 1TB, home pc in quad tft mode
    1 x HP single quad core, 4Gb, 500Gb home pc single tft (for er indoors)
    2 laptops and some other kit lying around currently unused
    2 x cicso 2600 routers (1 spare)
  10. HodgeHi
    HodgeHi
    Hi,

    I just have a lonely old Mac-Mini running os x leopard server 10.5.2. It hosts dns services, print services, itunes shared library, web site and Download/upload site (although upload speed is s***e) and with parallels running Server 2003 Sp1 so i can see how best to break it well away from the perils of the work place.

    Airport extreme router hosts the dhcp and NAS drive (synology ds101) for a bit of storage.
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