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FTP Daily CDR to remote Server

By |2017-08-21T10:08:05+00:00August 21st, 2017|General|

Hi Everyone Hope this script can be helpful to someone. Basically it dumps the daily CDR records to a file, archive’s it with ZIP and then ftp’s it to an ftp server using NCFTP. First install NCFTP client by following instructions in www.ncftp.com/download/ Then, create folder /tmp/backup and assign the appropriate write rights to the

Why Office 365

By |2017-08-21T10:05:40+00:00August 21st, 2017|General|

Moving to the Office 365 cloud comes with some key features and benefits. Namely, your organization gets to continue to use the software you have been using for years, but you now get to shift the burden onto Microsoft. In addition to shifting the burden to Microsoft, there are some other key benefits. Security Starting

Move Asterisk Recordings to sub Folders

By |2017-08-22T12:58:00+00:00August 21st, 2017|General|

Hi Everyone Hope this can be helpful, I wrote this small script to move files to subfolders depending on the files creation date. The reason was to decrease the amount of files in the asterisk monitoring folders to decrease search times. First, create the following sub folders in the monitoring folder: 5-10Days 10-20Days 20-30Days 30-60Days

HylaFax, FaxGetty and the Putty ATZ Problem

By |2017-08-21T09:57:50+00:00August 21st, 2017|General|

From time to time Putty will become unresponsive and displays “ATZ”. This is due to the HylaFax – FaxGetty’s software modems that causes this problem. The only way we could find getting around this problem is by disabling the modems (and faxes) while you work on the server and enabling them afterwards. The problem with

Elastix – How to turn off HTTPS (SSL)

By |2017-08-21T09:51:43+00:00August 21st, 2017|General|

By default Elastix is installed to be managed by https://<YourServerIP>/> interface, but in some circumstances you have to change it to normal HTTP. In order to do this it’s you require just one simple change: Locate the file httpd.conf in /etc/httpd/conf/ Within the file, search for “RewriteEngine On” and change to “RewriteEngine Off” to deactivate