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Heard about jingle, the add on for XMPP that enables point to point audio between to XMPP clients. No server config necessary. Actually quite cool feature. However, how good is it if you can not use those voice capabilities to do a PSTN phone cal, or call some SIP device you have. Well that aint the purpose of Jingle anyhow. So other tools can do that including Asterisk and...
Posted 02-12-2006 at 07:42 AM byALInux Updated 03-29-2014 at 04:52 PM byALInux
To do this......
I had to create a vpn server on the windows 2003 server...and edit user accounts in the active directory to allow vpn access through the dial-in tab...and add the dial up vpn connection on the laptops of the target vpn users.
But most important I had to edit my firewall to allow vpn traffic to pass through it...vpn is neither tcp nor udp it is pptp....I will post the firewall script when I get back to work
If you want to contact me you can do so on my...
Posted 02-12-2006 at 07:38 AM byALInux Updated 03-29-2014 at 04:52 PM byALInux
Hi this is a script for backing up the internet connection on a debian server...still buggy and testing it and not finished but someone might use it..
If you want to contact me you can do so on my blog The VPN Guru - http://thevpn.guru
1-pppoe always on connection "should be used as long as up"
2-cable limited backup connection
3-pppoe can not ping external IPs "ISP settings :S" so to test the connection either download...
Posted 02-12-2006 at 07:33 AM byALInux Updated 03-29-2014 at 04:52 PM byALInux
Since Ive got my new job........I have been in this permanent dilemna of determining the position of the config files in debian ...they are almost all in dirs different from my FC distro......but since debian was doing such a stable and wonderfull job...and apt-get rocks......I switched to debian sarge....Awesome debian really awesome........