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WiFi gives you 300 MBps only in theory. In practice it will give you way lesser bandwidth. And the more far the receiver will be from the transmitter - the lesser the bandwidth will be. $20 802.11n router is a piece of crap by design. Decent routers start from $200. $6 client adapter ... do you still believe in miracles ? You just painted out the perfect ...


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AFAIK, The CPU difference won't stop you from adding the host to your vCenter server. I have a client that has three vSphere 4.1 hosts in a vCenter server cluster all with different CPU's. You could migrate the powered off virtual machines to a new host without connecting this host to the storage array if you have a local datastore on the other hosts that's ...


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What you're looking for isn't what Windows Clustering was designed for. Windows clustering is based on the notion of a shared SAN drive. However you can look into active/passive load balancing, with disk mirroring. ARR is a Microsoft solution for load balancing web applications. As for the mirroring, you could use RoboCopy. However keep in mind, there is ...



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