Hopefully you guys can be of some help here. I have a reasonably sizeable home network, and I need to back up the data in case of disaster like fire, theft, hurricane etc...
Aside from any potential backup solution, my network consists of...
4 @ CentOS cluster nodes. Quad core 3.6ghz 32 GB. Gigabit LAN both public, and private.
1 @ CentOS iSCSI SAN filer head / OpenNebula head node. Athlon 64 2 GB Biostar iDEQ. Gigabit LAN private, 10/100 public. Rosewill RSV-S8 RAID enclosure with 8 2TB Seagate HDDs.(2 RAID 5 volumes, for a total of 12TB volume space).
1 Windows XP workstation. Athlon XP 3000+ 1GB. Gigabit LAN public. Has 10/100 available.
1 CentOS workstation. Athlon XP 2400+ 2GB. Gigabit LAN public. Has 10/100 available.
1 Windows XP workstation. Dual core 2.4ghz, 1GB. 10/100 private. Wireless N public.
1 Windows XP netbook. Wireless N LAN only. USB gigabit LAN adapter available when needed.
1 Windows 7 workstation. Quad core 3.2ghz 8gb. 10/100 private, wireless N public.
PS3, Wireless, not 100% positive of the wireless protocol, but I believe the logs on the router say it connects as wireless G.
Nintendo Wii. Same as the PS3.
DirecTV HD DVR media box. 10/100 wired.
2 @ HTC Inspire 4G Wireless N LAN
Apple iPhone5. Wireless N LAN.
The cluster nodes and filer head make up a private cloud (The purpose for this hardware is continuous training for me, my wife, and my brother in law who are also in I.T.). Within the cloud runs, or actually will run...
Windows Server 2008 R2 DC, Server 2008 R2 / SQL Server, Windows 2008 R2 cluster / file services, Server 2012 IIS server. I will also be running various Linux distributions as VMs in the infrastructure here.
So as you can see, obviously I have a lot of work tied up in configuring this whole network, and need a good backup solution. I can backup to the filer / RAID array, but really want something to back THAT up...