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Moving to a new apartment

Fri Jun 08, 2012 3:10 pm

First thing I move? All my gear!

These go into a 20u rack, that hasn't been moved yet.

Several 2651xm
4x 3560
1x 3550
2x 2811
2x RJ-11 2501 Access Servers

Work gear, so I can WFH some days
1x 891w Wireless Router (work)
1x 9971 (work phone)

Lastly my computer with 2x 22" monitors
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Fri Jun 08, 2012 6:46 pm

First thing I move? All my gear!


That's what I call havin' priorities straight!

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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Sat Jun 09, 2012 9:53 am

Haha nice.

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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 1:49 am

Your carpet is the same colour as the walls. How do you know when you're still walking on the carpet and not up the wall?
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 5:43 am

what is the poster of?

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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:30 am

Davidr wrote:what is the poster of?


one of those packet life posters?

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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:43 am

nicklauscombs wrote:
Davidr wrote:what is the poster of?


one of those packet life posters?

From the pic it looks like Stretch's Cisco IOS Interior Routing Protocols poster.
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:05 am

dieselboy wrote:Your carpet is the same colour as the walls. How do you know when you're still walking on the carpet and not up the wall?


I think we need to catch up. You're posts are getting crazier :P
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:18 am

Project2501 wrote:
dieselboy wrote:Your carpet is the same colour as the walls. How do you know when you're still walking on the carpet and not up the wall?


I think we need to catch up. You're posts are getting crazier :P


It's my Birthday next Tuesday but the weekend immediately after looks like I'll be flying out to a mine site for a project. I'm rounding people up to go to The Aviary this Friday, are you up for that? Its not going to be too mental.
Also, I hope it stops effing raining :D Hope you wern't caught in the tornado last week.
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:52 pm

nicklauscombs wrote:one of those packet life posters?


Correct.

Also I never noticed until you said something that the carpet is really close the wall color. :) It doesn't seem that way in person though.
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:28 pm

Has anyone thought about black or dark grey shagpile carpet?

My friend has a load of kids and their baige carpet was just like yours for about six months until it was completely ruined.
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:00 am

The carpet I went with in our new house is a longer strain (not shag long). Its a beige carpet with a mix of different colors through-out. Since it is multi-color is great for covering up small stains and stuff on the floor. This is our second house with this carpet and we love it. Looks great and keeps the floors looking clean.

here is an example of what im talking about.
http://www.homedepot.com/Flooring-Carpe ... =203154084

The darket the carpet the smaller and more closed in the room feels, so you want to stay away from black and dark colors unless you have a specific reason to use them.
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Re: Moving to a new apartment

Sun Jun 17, 2012 4:16 am

dnetworks wrote:First thing I move? All my gear!

These go into a 20u rack, that hasn't been moved yet.

Several 2651xm
4x 3560
1x 3550
2x 2811
2x RJ-11 2501 Access Servers

Work gear, so I can WFH some days
1x 891w Wireless Router (work)
1x 9971 (work phone)

Lastly my computer with 2x 22" monitors


Right move! Making a priority checklist makes us to move easy without any hassle. Had I been in a position to move, I'd have placed computer at the top as I can't live without it :)

Btw, i'm new to the community. Hope you guys make it a nice stay for me!

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