@dafyre - I had used your instructions a while back and everything worked perfectly. A couple weeks ago, I was setting this up for someone else and couldn't get it to work. After messing around with it for a while I noticed that Zerotier has the Rules section in the control panel. I took the rules from my old working setup and pasted them into the rules on the newer network. Everything worked perfectly after that. Not 100% sure what was different from the old rules vs the new ones but definitely a change in their default Rules makes it not work correctly.
Posts made by syko24
RE: ZeroTier Bridging Configuration
RE: MS SAM Audit
The v- lets you know its a reseller that paid for access to you. Nothing with v- is a true audit.
@scottalanmiller - Appreciate the info. Makes me wish I could move my Windows clients to Linux.
RE: MS SAM Audit
Its SAM. Its the fake audit. Its a scam. Its not official, its not required, and it often is misleading and wrong and can lead to license problems.
Thank you. There is way too much conflicting info with this. A lot of posts online say it is a self audit and you should do it to avoid a mandatory audit, etc.
MS SAM Audit
I had a client forward this to me today. I assume a handful of you have gone through this before. Is this basically the self audit? If they do decide to do the audit, do we just fill in the info on the website and then wait to hear back?
Following our recent communication, we are engaging your organization in a Microsoft License Verification Process. This process is designed to review the Microsoft software you have deployed against your corresponding license and subscription entitlements. Just in case you have a 3rd party IT provider or if you outsource or its handled by corporate headquarters , you can loop them in or forward this email to them to check validity.
To begin, you will receive access to a Software Asset Management (SAM) portal called, Microsoft insight. This portal will be used to collect, analyze and manage your software licensing. Simply input your software usage and compare it to your ownership entitlements to assist you with Microsoft licensing compliance. A centralized view and guided recommendations will help you manage your IT environment efficiently and shape your IT priorities.
RE: VOIP.MS caller id unavailable
They used to has phone service with AT&T before I moved them to voip.ms. I wonder if the customers they are calling are on AT&T and the caller id lookup on AT&T's side is empty for their number.
No it is not. That is not how that works.
Caller ID unavailable means no caller ID number was passed.
Now if @syko24 means that the CID number is coming through, but the CID name is showing as unavailable, yes, that is possible. That would just be a receiving carrier issue.
I have yet to see it for myself. Customers call my client back and tell them they did not answer the phone because the caller id showed up as unavailable. I believe there is no number or name in the caller id.
VOIP.MS caller id unavailable
I have a customer that is using freepbx and voip.ms. They have been complaining that the caller id sometimes shows up as unavailable to the people they are calling. Whenever I have tested it either to my office phone, home phone, or cell phone everything shows up fine. I kind of feel like the people that are seeing unavailable may all be with the same carrier. Can you guys think of anything else that I could be missing here?
RE: Two Backups using CBT
@scottalanmiller - Is there a way to disable/remove CBT in Veeam Agent? I see articles about doing it but the link / feature doesn't exist on my install. I am not sure if this is only meant to be on the paid versions.
That is to change which CBT Veeam uses, not to disable CBT.
So it looks like the free version uses the Veeam default driver and the paid versions have additional CBT drivers meant for specific types of backups - ex: SQL Server or Exchange???