Geotel is another VoIP provider that gives you the possibility to take your own landline number with you where ever you go in the world. The company is based in Suceava (a city in the northern part of Romania).
Are a little high. They can charge you between 0.015 E – 0.025 E per minute on the land-line network. The list of all connection prices can be found here: http://www.geotel.eu/tarifeprepay.php
Are the phone calls in the provider’s network free?
Does it have a Voice mail?
Yes! * It is advertised but I did not see the option on the configuration platform
Does it have a cost control service?
Does it have a STUN service?
Can you buy the credit On-Line?
Yes! (through various ways like: PayPal and ePayment)
Watching the “Network Monitoring Application of the Year” vote on http://www.linuxquestions.org I have noticed a new Nagios / competitor: Shinken. The name describes a very sharp Japanese sword – associating the program with its large scale monitoring capabilities.
The software it’s written in Python and it’s compatible with the Nagios configuration. Also they say that they use fewer resources than the Nagios counterpart. The developer has put an accent on the Business rules, Cloud computing and “Very large monitoring capabilities”. Take a look at their features: http://www.shinken-monitoring.org/features/Continue reading →
After I have done a research on the web I have found that the best method is by using LVM. We will need to lock (temporarily) the tables, flush the changes to the disc, do a LVM snapshot of the directory that contains the MySQL data and unlock the tables again.
But because this was a complicated setup I was forced to use a bash script under the “/sbin/ifup”.
The script looked like this:
DMZ_INTERFACE=”eth0″ #we should have an IP address on this network – 184.108.40.206/24
LAN_INTERFACE_1=”eth1″ #we should have an IP address on this network – 10.12.0.0/24
EXTIPADDR=”220.127.116.11″ #an dmz gateway
INTIPADDR=”10.12.0.254″ #all the internal traffic
This is one of the cases where the passive check of the Nagios monitoring system comes in handy as we need to be informed immediately when the Keepalived changes state. So you will need an NSCA system implemented with your Nagios configuration.
Studying the Keepalived configuration we found that the authors have implemented the option to run a script that when the state of the VRRP changes. The script I’m referring to is run under the “notify” option.
When I tried to make a radius based authentication system with our Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS) I was hit by the lack of documentation of this feature. The only valid links I have found is this one: