@Pete-S I wouldn't be surprised if it varies by carrier but we had to allow udp 500 and 4500 on our egress rules.
Posts made by notverypunny
RE: Wi-Fi calling?
From what I understand it allows the carrier to route your assigned number either over the cell network or via the public internet, depending on what's available and activated on your phone. I can activate it on my Pixel and still get calls and sms via my regular number over the wifi when I'm at the sister-in-law's where cell service sucks.
So yes, strictly speaking it's voip but in a carrier-managed fail-over type of configuration.
RE: Dell R730 - Stuck at Initializing Firmware Interfaces
Boot order settings? If the server was set to boot from USB before HDD could it have been trying to boot from the removable drive and timing out?
RE: Software Catalog
Maybe I'm overthinking things but your approval / licensing process is going to come into play on this.
I'll be perfectly honest that I've not had to admin / oversee the app management side of SCCM, but in a previous gig I was doing helpdesk and deskside in an SCCM environment. In that environment the user wasn't able to view / install a managed application until they were added to the appropriate security group in AD. So the request / approval part was done via helpdesk ticketing, not an SCCM catalog. If you're licensing the target applications for everyone or if controlling access isn't a concern then I could see SCCM working.
RE: Server with multiple backplane / Drive Configuration
My vote would be to follow your example of keeping each array together on the backplane, not sure if it's going to make a difference but that's my gut.
You're inevitably going to get a question / inquisition on why R5 on the 6 SSDs so.... counting down .... 3..... 2...... 1.....
RE: New ISP Issues at CEO's Home
I've been sent to the house of a former owner before, so this scenario doesn't surprise me. Sounds like it will give you some good experience anyway.
Experience for what? No business does stuff like this? They dont put a new facility in a location without wired internet access. It just isnt done.
I was referring to standard networking experience. But I guess Canada has third world internet access compared to the US, because there are lots of businesses running with wireless internet, and the percent can be high depending on the industry.
Depends where.... Everyone says that here in NB we were almost world leaders from a telecom perspective before NB Tel turned into Aliant, then Bell Aliant and then Bell Canada....
I think that part of the problem is that we're spread so thin it's hard to justify the infrastructure spend... consider that our whole country has less population than the state of California to put ROI into perspective...