It is so simple using the command line (cmd.exe):
CONVERT C: /FS:NTFS
It is so simple using the command line (cmd.exe):
CONVERT C: /FS:NTFS
In order to configure TCP/IP settings such as the IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS and WINS addresses and many other options you can use Netsh.exe.
With Netsh.exe you can easily view your TCP/IP settings. Type the following command in a Command Prompt window (CMD.EXE):
netsh interface ip show config
With Netsh.exe, you can easily configure your computer’s IP address and other TCP/IP related settings. For example:
The following command configures the interface named Local Area Connection with the static IP address 10.0.0.100, the subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, and a default gateway of 10.0.0.1:
netsh interface ip set address name=”Local Area Connection” static 10.0.0.100 255.255.255.0 10.0.0.1 1 (The above is one long line)
If you want to export your current ip settings:
netsh -c interface dump > c:mySettings.txt
If you want to import your ip settings:
netsh -f c:mySettings.txt
or instead of -f
netsh exec c:mySettings.txt
To automatically obatin an IP address using DHCP:
netsh interface ip set address “Local Area Connection” dhcp
netsh interface ip set dns “Local Area Connection” static 10.0.0.254
netsh interface ip set wins “Local Area Connection” static 10.0.0.254
Auto DNS settings:
netsh interface ip set dns “Local Area Connection” dhcp
CLI Keys Description
Ctrl + A Beginning Line
Ctrl + B Backward Character
Ctrl + C Clear line
Ctrl + D Delete Character to the Right
Ctrl + E End Line
Ctrl + F Forward Character
Ctrl + H Backspace Character to the Left
Ctrl + I Refresh Line and Goto End
Ctrl + J Return
Ctrl + K Delete everything on the Right of cursor
Ctrl + L Refresh Line
Ctrl + M Return
Ctrl + N Next Command
Ctrl + P Previous Command
Ctrl + R Refresh Line
Ctrl + T Flip Last 2 Characters
Ctrl + U Clear Line and Put in Buffer
Ctrl + V Allows A Control Character To Be Typed
Ctrl + W Delete Word Backwards and Put in Buffer
Ctrl + X Clear Line to the Left and Put in Buffer
Ctrl + Y Paste Buffer Contents
A simple way to initiate Kiosk Mode, with a lightweight plugin, in Firefox. This is a true kiosk mode as it prevents the user from doing anything but use the Internet.
These most known plugins are R-kiosk and Fullscreen.
So just open your firefox and install your prefered one.
When you run Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode, the Internet Explorer title bar, menus, toolbars, and status bar are not displayed and Internet Explorer runs in Full Screen mode. The Windows 95 taskbar is not displayed, but you can switch to other running programs by pressing ALT+TAB or CTRL+ALT+DEL. Because Internet Explorer is running in Full Screen mode, you cannot access the Windows 95 desktop until you quit Internet Explorer.
To start Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode, click Start, click Run, type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK
where page is the Web page address for the Web page that you want to appear when Internet Explorer starts. If you do not specify a Web page in the Open box, Internet Explorer opens your start page. Note that the Web page that you specify can be a Web page on the Internet, on your computer, or on another computer on the network.
To start Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode and start Internet Explorer with the Microsoft Web site, click Start, point to Run, and then type iexplore -k www.microsoft.com in the Open box.
To start Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode and start Internet Explorer with the Example.htm Web page that is located in the My Documents folder on your computer, click Start, point to Run, and then type iexplore -k “c:my documentsexample.htm” in the Open box.
To start Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode and start Internet Explorer with the Example.htm Web page that is located on another computer on the network, click Start, point to Run, and then type iexplore -k \servershareexample.htm in the Open box, where server and share are the network server and share on which the Web page is located.
To quit Internet Explorer when it is running in Kiosk mode, press ALT+F4. Note that you cannot quit Kiosk mode if you do not also quit Internet Explorer.
Key combination Function ----------------------------------------------------------- CTRL+A Select all (editing) CTRL+B Organize favorites CTRL+C Copy (editing) CTRL+F Find (on current page) CTRL+H View History folder CTRL+L Open Location dialog box CTRL+N New window (opens in non-Kiosk mode) CTRL+O Open Location dialog box (same as CTRL+L) CTRL+P Print CTRL+R Refresh CTRL+S Save CTRL+V Paste (editing) CTRL+W Close (same as ALT+F4) CTRL+X Cut (editing) ALT+F4 Close ALT+LEFT ARROW Back ALT+RIGHT ARROW Forward ESC Stop F5 Refresh
Another alternative to email notification is to use Postfix instead of Sendmail because Sendmail is not as secure besides, using Postfix is a lot easier and it is more secure than Sendmail.
If you want to proceed with it, you have to remove Sendmail and replace it with Postfix, using these 2 commands:
rpm -e –nodeps sendmail
yum -y install postfix
Following this, edit your /etc/postfix/main.cf, (use your preffered editor and add your preffered SMTP) and add:
relayhost = smtp.your-smtp.com
Replace smtp.your-smtp.com with your own smtp server.
You should also edit /etc/asterisk/vm_general.inc and set the “serveremail” parameter to your real email address. This is to avoid messages with invalid from-addresses floating aimlessly in the Internet.
Then load Postfix.
service postfix reload
Postfix will now send all outgoing email to your ISP’s mail server.
To call in and retrieve your voicemail from external phone is as easy as simply calling your number and retrieve your voice mail. This can be done easily if you have IVR enabled in your new TRIXBOX system.
Five simple steps:
Call my number and when the Digital Receptionist answers, I will dial my extension number prefixing it with an *. E.g. My extension number is 2001, so when the DR answers me, I will dial *2001
I will then be ask to leave a voicemail, but instead, I will dial * again.
DR will ask for a password to be followed by the # key.
I enter my password followed by #
DR will then give me my voice mail if there is any.
The default Voicemail greeting is fine but it is rather bland and quite boring. No doubt some user would like to change the standard greeting to something more personal and meaningful.
To do so is pretty simple. Here are the steps:
Use your existing extension and dial *97
You will be asked for your password (if you have entered one)
When the Voicemail IVR starts, press 0
You will then be given the choice what type of message you want to record.
Choose the appropriate message you want to record.
Record your message “Thank you for calling, I am either busy or on the phone.”
Review your message
Re-record if you want to or if you are happy with the message, choose the option to save.
That’s all folks!!!
If you want to replace the recorded files with your’s replace the files: greet.wav or/and busy.wav or/and unavail.wav in /var/spool/asterisk/voicemail/default/xxxx/ (where xxxx your extension number).
If you need to resample them:
sox -w -s -c 1 original.wav -r 8000 -c 1 resampled.wav
If you did not modify the default Main menu option 6, use the instructions below:
If you have assigned the keypress option 6 to some other function, you can use the steps below:
Why can’t I just dial 8500?
8500 is an internal extension, which means it is not accessible to outside callers. Fonality made the decision to interanlize this extension because enabling the extension would create a 3 second delay in any submenu with a Key Press option 8 configured.
If your submenu has a Key Press 8 configured, and a caller presses 8 within the submenu, the system must wait for 3 seconds for additional input before executing the Key Press. The system doesn’t know if the caller is trying to execute Key Press 8 or if they are trying to dial an 8XXX extension.
If you need multiple people to receive a voicemail attachment as an email, you can do the following:
Fonality doesn’t include this functionality by default into the system because mail servers are already engineered to handle mass distribution to multiple parties.