In a round about way. You have to determine the local number for you 911 center and program that in to the Obi. Google on its own will not let you dial 911, 411, etc.
I would agree on the CRV statement. You have the space to extend the rack row for 2 of them if you remove the DS unit. Otherwise if your building can supply chilled water you can go that route. I use APC in row chilled water units and they are great.
Its not like people watch stuff on netflix for the image quality anyways. If you are that big of a cinophile that something like this pisses you off then buy it on bluray so you can see it in proper cinescope format.
I hope you are using Plenum rated cable if you are running it through air ducts. If not it can create very poisonous gasses if it ever catches fire and now it is blowing around your house since it is in the air ducts.
We use RadVision and it accomplishes everything you are looking for. We have "meeting rooms" that can be sheduled, impromptu rooms that can be spun up instantly, desktop clients, room systems, and an iOS app.
LOL @ the people who don't understand broadcast video in this thread. Have fun trying to edit a 4k video stream when it is stored on a SAN with your thunderbolt adapter. Fiberchannel is alive and well in big production houses. And to answer whoever asked yes a decent SAN can saturate several...
Put all your logins in a KeePass file. Put the master password to the KeePass file in an envelope in a safety deposit box. List the envelope in your will as to who you want to have your passwords. You could even go as far as to keep a copy of the KeePass file in your safety deposit box.
We have a bunch of training vouchers that I have to use up before we renew our EA with Microsoft. Where are you guys doing your training with your vouchers? I don't believe I can redeem vouchers on CBT or Train Signal or the like can I since they went to a subscription based model?
I know that because this is a computer hardware forum you guys are all stuck up on the system specs. This machine is perfect for normal office computing. And the build quality is absolutely bulletproof. We have about 200 of these in deployment at work and believe me if our users can't kill...
Here is a grainy pic of part of my UCS environment.
For those who are interested this site does a great job breaking down why the UCS is the most bad ass chassis technology available.
everything is redundant and hot swappable, even the backplanes.
Also generally you have more than one chassis, and the shared fabric between the cabs will move the failed units to other blades in another cab.
Used to use them. Hate them. They are very picky about what air cards they work with. The newer ones might be better but the ones I used a couple years back were shit.
Personally I would just get a dual WAN router and buy a backup dsl or cable line. It will be much faster too.
We have 4 UCS blade enclosures here. AMA.
Probably my favorite feature of the UCS is the ability to move service profiles from blade to blade. This moves the physical server installed on the blade to another blade, but not only that it also moves the MAC address of all the adapters so as...
How is the port on the HP configured?
Normally from Cisco to Cisco I would run a trunk port. Keep in mind that a trunk port in Cisco lingo =/= trunk port in HP lingo.
From your Cisco port config it looks like a single access vlan port, but if the HP is passing multiple vlans this could...
Is this only for connecting your SAN to some servers? If so have you considered fibre channel instead? It can be cheaper and faster depending on how you go.
If you must use ethernet physically how close are the boxes? You could look into using a cx4 cable instead of utp or fiber cabling...
Todd Lammle's CCNA books are good. So are the Cisco Press books obviously. I recommend 2 or more sources of reading. Buy the books used on Amazon and you can get several different books for the price of one new one at the bookstore.
apply for a distribution license:
they will send you information on where to download the msi files. There are several command line switches you can use, and I know I have a registry setting to disable protected mode. I will have to look...
Opengear cellular stuff is tip top quality. The other thing to keep in mind is operating temperature range. Some of the Opengear units will run at -20 or 30C. Most consumer stuff like cradlepoint would not.