My network contains an Apple Time Capsule as a nat router, an ethernet modem provided by my cable company Ziggo and devices such as laptops, that use the network.
A Soekris box I had lying around meets all requirements perfectly for a VPN-server. Here is how to set it up.
1- Concetti base (di TSM) – NGI SpA – [...]Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) è il software di backup e archiving di IBM, attualmente alla versione 5.4. E' disponibile per diverse architetture e sistemi operativi e localizzato in svariate lingue.[...]
Un'introduzione a TSM e all'uso più semplice
[IT Services] Using the TSM Client Command Line Interface for Backup & Restore – This section will first provide an introduction to the TSM Command Line Interface (CLI) and then describe how to manually back up and restore files on the local machine. The screen shots and descriptions that follow may refer to older TSM clients, but with the exception of the file specifications the syntax is generic to all platforms.
These are my links for 2 lug 2012 through 5 lug 2012:
[Soekris] Cloning a bootable CF – I've done this a few times on FreeBSD when CF sizes don't match and have found the following sequence to work swimmingly:
Clean-MailboxDatabase: Exchange 2007 Help – Use the Clean-MailboxDatabase cmdlet to scan the Active Directory directory service for disconnected mailboxes that are not yet marked as disconnected in the Microsoft Exchange store and update the status of those mailboxes in the Exchange store. This cmdlet is not able to update the Exchange store unless the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service is running and the database is mounted.
[ Microsoft Sucks !!! ]
Gainframe – A computer company that gets the open source community
Introduction to text manipulation on UNIX-based systems – Summary: This introduction to text manipulation on UNIX platforms provides an overview of some common commands widely available and installed standard on most UNIX-based releases. Many times these standard utilities are ignored in favor of more modern text-processors such as Perl, Python, or Ruby, which are not always installed on a system. An introductory review of these tools helps practitioners who are learning UNIX or Linux or those who may be looking to renew forgotten knowledge.