Networking

Remotely Managing Your Asterisk Server with WebDAV

Remotely Managing Your Asterisk Server with WebDAV

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

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Today we’ll walk you through setting up your own personal Cloud Computing environment and transforming your Asterisk server into a full-fledged WebDAV host. The entire setup on a PBX in a Flash server takes less than 5 minutes…

Another Dell with Asterisk, Dude: Introducing the Orgasmatron III for Dell’s New PowerEdge T100

Another Dell with Asterisk, Dude: Introducing the Orgasmatron III for Dell’s New PowerEdge T100

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

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Want a turnkey Asterisk system with a fax machine and every other telephony and text-to-speech bell and whistle on the planet in 15 minutes flat? Well, today’s your lucky day if you happen to own a new Dell PowerEdge T100! The Orgasmatron III provides a preconfigured state-of-the-art Asterisk VoIP server with 15 extensions, support for legacy cards, FreePBX, a fax server, a VPN server, automated full system ISO backups to USB flash drives, and almost every text-to-speech utility for Asterisk on the planet…

Hacker’s Dream Machine: Introducing the Best Gadget of the Year And It’s Not From Apple

Hacker’s Dream Machine: Introducing the Best Gadget of the Year And It’s Not From Apple

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

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A WiFi server, web server, streaming audio server, MP3 player, light show, RSS Feed fetcher, RFID proximity detection device, and Asterisk mailbox. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s…

FON.com WiFi Router Giveaway for $5 Ends Wednesday

FON.com WiFi Router Giveaway for $5 Ends Wednesday

Friday, November 3, 2006

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FON’s $5 WiFi Router Giveaway ends next Wednesday. Order yours NOW before it’s too late. Here’s how…

Deploying Voice Over Wi-Fi with Asterisk

Deploying Voice Over Wi-Fi with Asterisk

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

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Today we provide a step-by-step Voice Over WiFi setup using Asterisk@Home. And it’ll work with almost any PC with a single USB port and a compatible WiFi USB stick.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (WebDAV and Web Folders 101)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (WebDAV and Web Folders 101)

Friday, May 13, 2005

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Today we introduce WebDAV and WebFolders and the incredible off-site-storage capabilities they bring to the table with any ISP-In-A-Box.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Upgrading to Tiger = No-Brainer)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Upgrading to Tiger = No-Brainer)

Friday, May 6, 2005

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Today we upgrade the Mac mini to Tiger in a little under an hour. Fantastic, smooth upgrade. Just connect the dots.

ISP-In-A-Box: The Final Chapter (P2P from A to Z)

ISP-In-A-Box: The Final Chapter (P2P from A to Z)

Friday, April 15, 2005

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Today we explore the P2P offerings for the Mac OS X platform and propose a solution to the nation’s file sharing mess.