Fwd: Re: [ok-mail] [K12OSN] network design

cliebow at downeast.net cliebow at downeast.net
Sat Feb 5 22:43:39 UTC 2005

> Hi Chuck,
> 	No, I have Windows servers at each site -- but they all go out to the net
> through ONE firewall -- the lans are segretated (Iike yours).  I have a
> WAN connecting each site to the main location through dedicated T1s.  My
> question is how would you setup to move toward terminal services across
> the district?  

i have nx usong gideom romms ltsp additons..i have not looked at sound at
all..The clients are whatever wreckage wont run win 2000..all ltsp servers
auth via winbind to ad..but moving to ldap this summer..i wrote a script
that splits up users into staff and wtudents then by school then by year on
a testbox

rjune has some fiures on the wiki but it comes down to ram..256 for the
server and 50 meg per client for a working number.chuck

> You are using nx?  and what type of teminals?   are you running any
> Windows terminal servers with linux terminal servers?  how do you do your
> authentication?  We played with nx, but found it didn't do well enough on
> some of the Windows programs with sound and graphics (this was about a
> year ago, though).  
> How many users can you realistically expect to put on one linux terminal
> server?
>  Sharon
> >so you have a firewall in each school..not fiberoptic??here we are under
> >one firewall..i have some terminals set up so they will do regular ltsp on
> >ctrl-alt-f1  rdesktop on ctrl-alt-f2 and nx on ctrl-alt-f3..with gideons
> >new work you couuld even put extra nx sessions to diffeent servers..with
> >maybe a common file ldap and print server??
> >the big question is how segmented are you..
> >we run six schools thru one firewall via fiberoptic and segregate the
> >networks so winblows viruses dont pass thru with a managed
> >switch..chuck
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