Buffalo Routers with ddwrt firmware are not reliable as far as I have tested it over the years. I have moved to Ubiquiti security Gateway and their APs and Edge Router both cost $115 and $45 at Microcenter (see below)
Yes, the number of people who are out there looking for "whatever is called Elastix" is way more than enough to keep the website and brand name around. Elastix has a huge presence in South America and in LATAM countries in general alone.
Under General DNS Resolver Options:
Enable DHCP Registration
"If this option is set, then machines that specify their hostname when requesting a DHCP lease will be registered in the DNS Resolver, so that their name can be resolved. The domain in System > General Setup should also be set to the proper value."
Enable Static DHCP
"If this option is set, then DHCP static mappings will be registered in the DNS Resolver, so that their name can be resolved. The domain in System > General Setup should also be set to the proper value."
I installed Odoo a few days ago with plans to go poke around in there but haven't had time to. Not so much just CRM but more of an ERP solution that includes CRM but if all you want is CRM, you can just install that module.
I have an old Toshiba U505 Laptop that I use in my bedroom. It has KODI 17.1 and is hooked directly to My TV with HDMI and I go optical from my TV to my sound bar. I also use a TP-Link T4U wireless adapter its USB AC1200. I have had no problems.
Re-downloading and NOT changing the name worked. thanks.
I like that they make it easy. You were just thinking too much, gotta watch that
That said, it is also extremely simple to install with a keycode as a parameter.
How/why did you go all south on this I have no idea. These instructions are right there in the portal.
I deployed with a BAT file originally, before I made my standard images. Here is one example.
REM Server Group Install
\\server\share\wsasme.exe /silent /key=SA3B-YOUR-KEY1-HERE-EE34 /lockautouninstall=somepassword /exeshowaddremove /group=2928509553360002652 <---group number for custom group in portal.
I just double click the installer file....
I was installing directly into different groups with different settings. No need to move things in the console later.
No one should ever be buying OEM server licensing today.
Or in the past really, either.
Pre virtualization, it really did save a little money because you left it on that server till it died anyway. Most SMB would never reuse it. By the time their server died, they would be getting a new OS anyway. There was little point in going to VLSC back then for the SMB
I'm hoping to get a secondary Android this year, as a second phone I think that it would be ideal for me. I'm considering the Asus ZenFone Go and the ZenPhone 3 Zoom. The dual SIM card thing is a huge factor for me. As is the crazy long battery life.
Is this the apocalypse ?
Something like that.
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