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9 points · 7 hours ago

Um yes if this is at the edge.

If you have to ask this question, then you need it.

All in advanced. No terms.

If by check, 3 months in advance. If by ach/credit card, then it’s billed on either the 1st or the 15th of the month, depending on the arrangement.

Paper invoices are sent only after a $100 setup fee and then $10 per month for mailing out those invoices. (We try to discourage paper invoices as you can imagine)

Electronic invoices are emailed and available in our PSA portal.

Are you legally allowed to charge $10 monthly for invoice fee? I though most states are max $5.

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Depends on the state, but it’s really just meant to discourage paper invoicing. I know some companies that don’t offer paper invoicing at all.

Contact your phone provider. If the gear is new, they’ll have a way to resolve this.

-2 points · 22 hours ago

Do you know how routing works? Do you know how to subnet?

If the answer to these questions isn’t “Yes, I have a homelab for testing and learning”, then policy based routing is two to three steps away and you’ll need to learn those first.

Otherwise, you’ll be hiring a person like myself who will do it all for you and charge the standard rate for this.

You realize you're in homenetworking, right? Christ.

Also, your comment has literally nothing to do with what he's asking.

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Christ? You rang

-1 points · 18 hours ago

Meh. Keep that electrician away from low voltage.

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Blows my mind that 3500 endpoints requires 45 employees. I know a lot of one man shops that handle 750-1000 endpoints. Even at 350 end points per tech, that’s 10 techs. The. Say 10support/other staff, that’s 20 employees.

Unless you’re billing a ton of project hours, I don’t see how the company is profitable with this much labor.

Cut the work force down by 15 percent, increase efficiency, and the tools won’t matter.

Who’s the systems admin for this school?

1 point · 1 day ago

If you’re paying for the Wi-Fi, Spectrum is obligated to provide a solution.

If you’re not, then you need to provide some more info.

Size of the home, what type of home, where do you use the internet in relation to the modem/router...

If you’re paying for the Wi-Fi, Spectrum is obligated to provide a solution.

nope, even if you are paying for their wifi rental, they cannot do anything about its actual performance, nor do they have any requirements in their contract with you to even have it functional aside from it broadcasting the network.

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-1 points · 19 hours ago

Functional has to be USABLE for services. There have been many court cases about this for ISPs and other industries that have setup a service, and while it’s turned on, it’s not usable for the purposes in which it was marketed. In those cases, the customers were entitled to refunds totally all the back payments made to that service. Sure, at that point the customer and business usually parted ways, but if you provide a service, you have to provide it in a way which meets the minimum viable solution.

Now for the OP, they’ve provided use with no information besides “please help”. Until he/she does, there’s little any of us can do.

-1 points · 21 hours ago

You can, but you’ll have to script it.

Original Poster5 points · 1 day ago

Why are they taking full tables ? Good question, I have been here 3 months and that’s what they have always done . Obviously I’m asking the question of why, but there really isn’t anyone in the company knowledgable enough to know why

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Ouch. What’s your customer base outside of SIP / conferencing now?

Original Poster2 points · 22 hours ago

Probably around 40-50 customers who take a mix of internet, hosted skype, and legacy swyx.

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Hmmm if it’s more than 25 customers for internet, then yea, you need to be load balancing.

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34 points · 1 day ago

Do the rules even matter? Did they ever? It's not like website rules are legally binding or anything.

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20 points · 1 day ago

That’s why they can boot you at anytime for no reason.

1 point · 1 day ago

Care to explain how it works at the L3/L4 level?

Even if I get an IP address of someone else sharing in a torrent, how do I send them a direct connection if they (and I) are both sitting behind a Dynamic PAT?

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2 points · 1 day ago

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitTorrent

While port forwarding helps, BT swarms don’t need it.

Most firewalls are stateful, which means if you established an outbound connection to the swarm, related connections can be setup and pass through the firewall unhindered.

This is similar why you can ping an address and get a response even though you didn’t exclusively allow a hole through the firewall for that address.

1 point · 1 day ago

With port forwarding I completely understand how it would help enable peer to peer transfer when both peers are sitting behind a Dynamic PAT.

BT swarms don’t need it.

That is the part that I was hoping you could explain more explicitly. The Wikipedia entry was more a description of what a Torrent is, not how it works exactly on the network.

I understand Stateful firewalls. That still doesn't explain how an inbound connection can be made through a unidirectional translation (without some sort of port forwarding).

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1 point · 1 day ago

It’s a RELATED in bound connection after you make an outbound connection to the swarm.

You put out a request for a torrent to the swarm and basically announce “hey, I’m looking for these files”, the swarm get this announcement, those that have it reply to the announcement and say “hey I got your files” and then your client says “hey man, let’s hook up”, and the seeder reponds with the setup of a connection response (aka related) and starts sending you bits of files.

It’s gets complicated with assembly and discard of files bits that you already have etc etc.

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43 points · 1 day ago

If I did this in my home office my wife would fucking divorce me.

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6 points · 1 day ago

STBX wife.

244 points · 1 day ago

isn't dota's next international event in china?
this is gonna be messy...

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25 points · 1 day ago

Yep. There’s a LOT of Dota stars from China. Some of them use twitch a lot.

Original Poster1 point · 1 day ago

I checked about the limit of the storage, it's not that. Had the drives running in a windows machine an transferring at 200mb/s. Is there anything in unRAID I should be looking out for, or anything in my switch? I have a ProCurve 2824, trunking is what's known as aggregation of ports. Any advice?

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5 points · 1 day ago

Again, you can max out one stream to the physical limit of the interface.

If you have more than one stream, then you can spread that over the two interfaces.

If you want faster than 1Gbit, then you need 10Gbit interfaces end to end.

6 points · 1 day ago

there are no charts, but a decent x86 8 core server should be able to handle 20GB. When you need to route above 10Gbit, (because Mikrotik only has 10Gbit ports), you're really looking at other solutions.

There’s is no best career path, however if you want to go far in VM Ware, you’ll need a solid networking foundation. CCNA then VM Ware.

I’m confused about the $300 a month thing.

It is only $30 a month. FYI

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He edited his post. It did say $300

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2 points · 2 days ago

Mikrotik WAP LTE.
$120 LTE modem

Works on 12v as well.

You can’t setup a specific account for a did, but you can setup ring groups for this, which should show which DID is ringing in.

There are other ways your pbx can handle this.

2 points · 2 days ago

You didn’t read the question thoroughly. OP doesn’t have a PBX, only a phone.

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2 points · 2 days ago

Whoops. You’re right.

Odd

For my 100Mbit connection, if I have flow control on, it’s definitely testing slower.

Only if 39 is.

Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

Its a PRI curuit to the PBX. So I don't think there is any SIP traffic going over the firewall.

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2 points · 2 days ago

You’re right, I had a mind blip. So in that case, there should be 0 traffic crossing over as everything phone is on separate cabling and subnet.

The only reason to even have the phone system connected to the router is to manage remotely.

Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

That is my feeling about the DHCP. Separate cabling with a Zyxel firewall, the PBX is on a PRI circuit.

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2 points · 2 days ago

If separate cabling, then it’s not a proxy arp issue. Have you turned off SIp ALG?

Most firewalls don’t handle sip ALG well.

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So you are saying that a recently powered on router will first give another device an ip and then give himself the ip? Lol. Think about it for a second

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0 points · 2 days ago

Your are a troll. A router doesn’t assign itself an IP, it’s statically assigned. I’m saying the dhcp service can hand out the IP of the router if it’s in the dhcp pool.

You are not getting it. The router won't ever do that, as it will reserve itself internally!!

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0 points · 2 days ago

No you’re not getting it. It can happen, that’s why you don’t set the dhcp pool to the entire subnet.

Dhcp server != Router in all cases.

Dhcp server is not always on the router, pihole, Windows server, dhcp relay etc all will hand out IPs, even those that are statically assigned to the router.

Record a video, prove me wrong.

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0 points · 2 days ago

Because you’re didn’t want to put a description after the summary.

Original Poster2 points · 2 days ago

Because I want to hear how other people have dealt with their situation, not their reaction to my situation. It helps me gain perspective.

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0 points · 2 days ago

You said “I” in your topic, not why do you?

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