Several advanced DNS providers (EasyDNS, DNS Made Easy, etc) provide URL forwarding functionality through the use of a “DNS” record. It’s not really an official DNS record, but rather provides a “301 Server Redirect” (URL redirect) and abstracts the complexity from end users that are managing this functionality.
In order to accomplish the same desired effect without this advanced feature More >
Here’s one from my personal tip jar. This is well documented on Cisco’s website, but sometimes it’s just nicer to have this type of info in bite-sized portions.
As nice as the canned music on hold files are that come with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express, sometimes you just want to add that personal touch.
A custom MOH file format must be 8khz 8-bit mono u-Law audio in WAV More >
Ok, maybe it’s not that extreme, but losing power to a Cisco router or switch, while performing an IOS upgrade, after you’ve deleted your existing IOS can be a headache. While not a disaster, you can plan on spending about an extra 45 minutes or so to recover. Here’s the lowdown: