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Model Nexcom DNA1110
Sub-category Systems
Status Good working order
Last updated 24 May 2021 22:02:09
Training requirement yes
Training link Unknown
ACnode no
Owner LHS
Origin donation from Tgreer
Location Basement rack
Maintainers Sysadmin team

Boole is named after George Boole who was instrumental in differential equations and algebraic logic and ultimately leading to Boolean Algebra.

Boole is a 1U Intel Atom machine (Nexcom DNA1110) running pfSense 2.4. The original hard drive used during 447 Hackney Road was replaced with an SSD as it was dead and we wanted a router with as few moving parts as possible.

Boole's purpose is providing routing and network uplink services via its four gigabit ethernet ports. It provides DNS, DHCP, and firewall services to the network.


  • IP:
  • DNS:
  • Access: SSH (Infrastructure Team & Trustees) via non-standard ssh port.


Boole is a Nexcom DNA1110 system built upon an Intel Atom D510 dual core 1.66ghz processor with 4 x 1Gigabit Intel 82853V Ethernet ports. It has 1 or 2GB of DDR2 667/800 Memory and one full-sized PCI expansion slot.


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