Seems like more and more often we have been converting business’s horrible analog system over to the digital age. With each new system we have installed in the last couple of months we have been favoring the YeaLink T46. They have an awesome color display, plenty of programmable buttons, and look like top-level business phones. The only downside to 3CX is there is no an easy way to change the logos (unless you have the top level license).
At my day job, we use NinjaRMM for managing our client’s computers. I’ve been using Postman for a while to test API calls before coding anything. One really bleeping frustrating thing about the NinjaRMM API is how they decided to make authentication completely un-normal, unconventional and different from anything. Just to get PostMan working you have […]
Setting up NFS on Ubuntu and making a permanent mount is easy and straightforward. Install NFS through SSH. Step 1 – Downloading and Installing NFS sudo apt-get install cifs-utils Step 2 – Create folder for mount point To be able to mount an NFS target you will need to have an empty folder the mount […]
Some quick commands that I refer back to every once in a while. #disable ipv6 sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=0 sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6=0 #test drive write speed dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/output.txt bs=8k count=10k; rm -f /mnt/output.txt #start iperf on server, the receiver (ip 192.168.1.50) iperf -s #start iperf on client, the sender, testing speed to server iperf -c […]