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Simply exchange files with WOOF

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NetworkingWoof (Web Offer One File) assumes that everybody has a web-browser or a commandline web-client installed. Woof is a small simple stupid webserver that can easily be invoked on a single file. Your partner can access the file with tools he trusts (e.g. wget).
 
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trixbox

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Networkingtrixbox is the new name of Asterisk@Home (see our previous article). Trixbox is a business class IP PBX system based on Digum's Asterisk Open Source PBX Software. The trixbox package makes it fast and simple to install and configure your PBX system. With unlimited extensions, voicemail, music on hold, call parking, and many other features, trixbox brings big business PBX features to small to medium businesses. Whether you need only a few analog lines or high density T1/E1 PRI circuits, trixbox provides all the functionality your business needs.
 
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Network fun: Upside-Down-Ternet

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NetworkingHere is somebody who has fun with his / hers network: Upside-Down-Ternet.
(found via RootPrompt.org)
 
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How to set up a phone center using Asterix and VoIP phones

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NetworkingFrom HowtoForge: How to set up VoIP calls in your Cybercafé with Xorcom Rapid, Asterisk PBX and *starShop-OSS. The article shows you how to set up Asterix using Xorcom's Rapid(a Debian/Asterisk distribution program that features an auto-install for Debian Linux and pre-configured Asterisk), *starShop-oss (billing software for Asterix PBX, see Wikipedia) and a VoIP provider.
(first seen on RootPrompt.org)
 
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Configure OpenNMS Step By Step

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NetworkingOpenNMS is an opensource enterprise network management tool. It helps network administrators to monitor critical services on remote machines and collects the information of remote nodes by using SNMP. OpenNMS has a very active community, where you can register yourself to discuss your problems. Normally openNMS installation and configuration takes time, but I have tried to cover the installation and configuration part in a few steps.
 
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