> Lee Sharp wrote:
>> James McKeand wrote:
>>> That would be a good solution for some form of virtualization? Two
>>> NICs - Two virtual switches. I think I read something about doing
>>> that with MS's Hyper-V Server.
>> That means your entire (virtual) network is only as secure as your VM.
>> Not always a good thing...
> OK, but the virtues/pitfalls of the practice aside, the OP was
> commenting on the fact that there was actually what appeared to be a
> full SBC solution sharing the case / rack space with the server with
> nothing said about virtualization. They actually bypassed that entire
> issue by providing physically (at least electrically) separate hardware.
I agree. That solution is slick. And, if you had a big enough
powersupply in the server, you could pull power from it directly and
loose the pigtail as well. Very cool.
> And I've seen no response from anyone who can tell us anything about
> where that slick little NIC interface board mounted to the slot might
> have come from. I don't even have a clue as to how to describe it to
> start Googling for one. :) Anyone?
I would just get a rack mount panel and break out 4 ports. Then hot
glue it to a slot cover after cutting holes. Then cut standard Ethernet
cables in half and punch them into the rack mount panel.