Link to smartmontools for linux/bsd/solaris
The next step in setting up your own ZFS home fileserver is to set up your ZFS storage pool and file systems and then share them with other machines. The ZFS commands should work from any operating system where ZFS is available. I have used two machines in this example: a machine running Sun Solaris for the fileserver, and a Macintosh client machine.
Recently our home backup server (which is used for backups of many of our laptops) had a RAID issue and because of a slightly quirky setup I got confused and ended up losing all the data on it. As I mentioned recently in some of my other recent posts, I went through some experimentation and the end result is an almost entirely new system and configuration.
Excellent article in how to setup DYNDNS on BSD.
My Good mate David Sudjiman has posted up a great blog post about TFTPing up an image to your router or switch while in rommon mode.
I Came across this web site the other day that gives a great overview for using CFUR in Cisco Call Manager. Continue reading
Links to Click To Call v7.x Installation Guides.
Some information I found on Cisco Click To Call Widget.
Good tutorial from Cisco explaining how to install Click To Call for CUCM 7.x