The "FileServerRouterSwitch"
May 16, 2005

Dennis Bakker's "FileServerRouterSwitch"'re routing around in the closet and find a collection of computer components that are currently doing nothing useful. What to do? Well, you could switch on the TV, chug some port and leave springcleaning for another slot in the calendar, or you can create a hubbub by producing something like the FileServerRouterSwitch: a former SCSI disk case transformed into a multi-drive, multi-ported, Mini-ITX-based file serving whatchammuthingy.

Dennis Bakker's "FileServerRouterSwitch"

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